Tesla Engineer Creates The Perfect Chocolate Chip
Remy Labesque is an engineer at Tesla, but he's also been moonlighting as a chocolate designer.
Remy has been working with Dandelion Chocolate in San Francisco to engineer what could be the perfect chocolate chip.
He took his knowledge of industrial design and engineering, applied it to chocolate chips, and found how to make them melt smoother and taste better.
As for the design, it's pretty obvious who designed the CyberTruck. Also, who takes a bite of a chocolate chip cookie and says "Oh man, no thanks. This is all wrong. The chocolate chips? The wrong shape, bro."
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While a normal bag of Nestle chocolate chips costs $2.14 at Walmart, this is premium chocolate, so you have to pay premium price. One pound of the perfect chocolate chips will only run you about $30.
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