SensorFreshQ says "SAUSAGES NO GOOD"
Don’t laugh, this could save your life – or at least save you from a day of being scared to go more than 20 metres away from a toilet after eating that chicken you found in the fridge.
The SensorFreshQ analyses the gaseous emissions of the bacteria that’s scoffing your meat, calculating if it’s infested and going to make you a bit icky tonight, or edible enough to risk cooking it.
It generates three results, lighting up in green (fine), yellow (OK, but test it out on a relative/partner first) and red (dog/bin/enemy).
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