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The Strangely Satisfying World Of Industrial Food Processing Videos

There are plenty of awful videos on YouTube which you can use to torture your eyeballs and scar your brain, but why would you want to watch such horrible things?

Instead, expose your eyeballs to the wonderful world of factory food processing videos, where you'll witness massive machines turn normal shaped food into paste, but that's not all!

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These videos also feature funky synth jazz tunes, which are the perfect soundtrack for that food factory life and therefore helps them sell machines to food factory processing engineers.

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Slate's Shon Arieh-Lerer shared his strange obsession with factory food processing videos on YouTube with the world, and now it feels like season one of How It's Made all over again! 

See more from Take a Trip Down YouTube's Strangest And Most Satisfying Rabbit Hole here

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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