If the Food Pyramid Had Been Covered in Sriracha, Maybe It Wouldn't Have Been Destroyed

Anthony Smith

Let's face it: The food pyramid was an absolute mountain of garbage.

The 1992 Food Guide Pyramid (RIP)

This is what the fat cats at the USDA wanted us to eat — every. single. day.


I don't know about you, but nothing gets my mouth watering like knowing I have to eat three servings of "dry beans."

Dry.

If the Food Pyramid Had Been Covered in Sriracha, Maybe It Wouldn't Have Been Destroyed


Beans.

If the Food Pyramid Had Been Covered in Sriracha, Maybe It Wouldn't Have Been Destroyed


Yum. Oh wait, not yum — catastrophe.

tfw you get 11 servings of grain a day

There has to be a better way. And fortunately — there is, with the help of a not-so-secret ingredient: Sriracha.

If the Food Pyramid Had Been Covered in Sriracha, Maybe It Wouldn't Have Been Destroyed

Doesn't that look so much better?


If the Food Pyramid Had Been Covered in Sriracha, Maybe It Wouldn't Have Been Destroyed


Doesn't this *almost* make you want to eat a vegetable?


Isn't this just the most satisfying thing you've ever seen?

Doesn't this video of Sriracha being made make you want to burn a hole straight through your tongue at lunch today?

Sriracha — the simple, spicy secret to making even the healthiest, blandest food in your pantry a joy to eat.  

Source:  Giphy

(Yes, even dry beans.)