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Milk’s favorite cookie’s secret ingredient is refuge. The Oreo company has created an Oreo Vault in case of the apocalypse. Within this vault is the secret recipe to all that chocolaty creamy goodness.
The vault has been confirmed as a “really real” thing so if you’re willing to bear the tundra to find milk’s favorite secret it’s completely possible. Within the vault is the recipe and a stockpile of delicious Oreo cookies wrapped in Mylar coating.
With 2020 going the way it has: Coronavirus, Murder Hornets, and cancellation of Knott’s Boysenberry festival, the end of the world doesn’t seem so farfetched. Well, in the case of the end of the world you can rest assured that Oreo is a resource at your disposal.
Now let’s set the scene: it's the end of the world. The zombies just invaded the Costco you were using as a base camp. In a last stitch effort you fight off the zombie invasion and make it to your car and head for the one place you know for sure will have food, The Oreo Vault.
Make sure to grab your closest geographer and head for the high ground because this vault is located at coordinates 78° 08’ 58.1” N, 16° 01’ 59.7” E.
The idea started as a joke based on a set of YouTube videos. However, regardless of this beginning of a joke, Oreo executives decided to go through with it. “As an added precaution, the Oreo packs are wrapped in Mylar, which can withstand temperatures from -80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and is impervious to chemical reactions, moisture and air, keeping the cookies fresh and protected for years to come,” Oreo announced.
Once you fight off all of those post-apocalyptic fiends, you will find the stash of a chocolaty lifetime. However, life is all about balance, so if you are seeking to dunk the cookies in milk you are on your own.
Fork Report’s Neil Saavedra joined Gary and Shannon for Tasty Tuesdays to talk about this along with Wendy’s Drive-Thru Haunted House and The Apple’s Big Secret.