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16-Mar-2019 06:20

If you want real food porn, you need to go to the source.

Competitive eaters like Hulk Smash Food post some of the craziest, food monstrosities we've seen.

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The rise of Facebook video has led not only to a video hiring frenzy by publishers, but a veritable feast of food content. Its Facebook-only cooking channel, Tasty, has more than 30 million Facebook likes and was the No.

Upstart Tastemade and Tastemade Brasil also ranked in the top 10.

Business Insider has also jumped on the food porn trend.

It’s the reason why Carol-with-an-e sent Kate and Pippa to Marlborough, regarded as the best place to rub shoulders outside of a physiotherapy session with Tom Hardy.

And to be fair to Mrs Middleton, who scales such social heights she needs to wear crampons, the investment has certainly paid off.

Feast your eyes and get ready to drool all over your screen.

Like Tasty, Insider Food covers recipes, but also hacks and tantalizing or weird food finds, like German kaesespaetzle (196,000 views); and The Black Ant’s grasshopper guac (84,000 views).

In the mid-20th century, the Dutch biologist Nikolaas Tinbergen uncovered an odd quirk of animal behavior: Across species, the animals in his experiments seemed to prefer prettier, flashier, more attention-grabbing versions of their natural environments—“supernormal stimuli,” he called them—even when those stimuli were fake.

1 video creator on the platform in December with 1 billion views on its instructional videos for delicious-looking comfort dishes like pizza bread boat and mini chicken pot pies, according to Tubular Labs.

Another channel, Buzz Feed Food, ranked four, with nearly half a billion views.

Feast your eyes and get ready to drool all over your screen.

Like Tasty, Insider Food covers recipes, but also hacks and tantalizing or weird food finds, like German kaesespaetzle (196,000 views); and The Black Ant’s grasshopper guac (84,000 views).

In the mid-20th century, the Dutch biologist Nikolaas Tinbergen uncovered an odd quirk of animal behavior: Across species, the animals in his experiments seemed to prefer prettier, flashier, more attention-grabbing versions of their natural environments—“supernormal stimuli,” he called them—even when those stimuli were fake.

1 video creator on the platform in December with 1 billion views on its instructional videos for delicious-looking comfort dishes like pizza bread boat and mini chicken pot pies, according to Tubular Labs.

Another channel, Buzz Feed Food, ranked four, with nearly half a billion views.

Certain types of fish, he found, would become more violent towards dummy fish whose undersides were more vibrant than the species’ usual color; mother birds would ignore their own eggs to sit on a nest of larger, more colorful imitations, or divert food from their children to feed models of chicks with brighter beaks.“The essence of the supernormal stimulus,” the psychiatrist Deirdre Barrett wrote in her book on the subject, “is that the exaggerated imitation can cause a stronger pull than the real thing.”“We humans can produce our own,” she continued, like “candy sweeter than any fruit,” or pornography.