Jesus Christ! There's a vending machine that makes chips with beef fat!

20 August 2013

Belgium frites machine No messing here. We all need to move to Belgium. Not only do they have really lovely beer, but they've also launched a new vending machine which produces hot chips, cooked in beef fat... and yours in in 90 seconds.

This miracle machine is situated outside a supermarket in Brussels and will charge you around £2.10, including a fork, salt and the choice of either ketchup or mayonnaise.

And here's us messing about dealing with humans and waiting around for our portions.

BreakTime Solutions, the organisation behind the project, are going to monitor the success of the dispenser before deciding whether to launch it in other countries. Which it better. Or we should eliminate Belgium in its entirety.

Company spokesperson Tuline Bey told La Dernière Heure: "The device was tested in India and Romania. At a later stage, we plan to offer machines with two deep fryers that would enable us to cook croquettes such as nuggets."

Jesus. Wept.

TOPICS:   Supermarket


  • salmonmax
    A vending machine cooking chips with beef fat was tested in India? Really?
  • badger
    I thought Belgian chips were traditionally cooked in horsefat? Delicious with mayo. Yum!
  • Mustapha S.
    We've discovered electricity, built sky scrapers nearly a mile high, created the microchip and landed on the moon, but all pales in to insignificance compared to a beef chippy vending machine.

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