On September 13, 1777, Frederick the Great issues a proclamation urging citizens to drink beer instead of coffee.
Bacon was used to make explosives in WWII.
The inside of a Kit Kat bar is actually ground up Kit Kats damaged during production.
German chocolate cake doesn’t come from Germany. It was named for a person, Sam German, who created a type of baking chocolate for Baker’s in 1852.
The Earl of Sandwich, John Montagu, who lived in the 1700s, reportedly invented the sandwich so he wouldn’t have to leave his gambling table to eat.
Fredric Baur invented the Pringles can. When he passed away in 2008, his ashes were buried in one.
Beer was classified as a soft drink in Russian until 2011.
Avocados never ripen on trees.
Fried chicken originated in Scotland.
Natural bananas contain seeds inside of them.