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The Nordic Food Lab, founded by René Redzepi, has experimented with blood as egg substitute, full blog entry including recipes here. Apparently texture-wise the substitution can be possible, but the typical bloody aftertaste is hard to mask, which might have to do with the physiological way the metallic taste is perceived. It seems especially women tend to ...
Apparently the claims aren't fake (see Stephie's answer) but the photo sure is. The photo is of blood orange sorbet, from this blog: (I'm assuming the blog is the original source; I can't find any other instances of the picture online, and they have a lot of other photos of the same thing along with it.) The photo definitely looks like sorbet and not ...
http://www.nevadoroses.com/roses/edible-roses/14-edible-roses/er001/P90-edible-roses.html I have not tried them yet, but this looks promising.
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