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April 1, 2016 | by  | in Features Online Only Salient TV |
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Eating for the Apocalypse with Finn Teppett

In an effort to stay relevant and interesting, Salient asked Finn to put his body on the aluminium line, and spend one weekend only eating food that could be found in a can. The experience was hard for Finn, the editors received messages of anguish as he faced the meals and endeavoured to keep them down. The whole experience; the harrowing sludge, the slimy salty shapes, the textures and forms, are documented in video format as well. So not only can you read about this experience, but you can watch it.

Click here to read all the glorious descriptions of the food Finn consumes.

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