What is a good meal if you can't sum it up with some delicious pudding? Is there a better way to ward off boredom than to slurp on a spoon full of this creamy delight, no matter where you are, even in outer space?
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer also feels the same. Fischer couldn't resist having some pudding during his stay aboard the International Space Station (ISS) and showing his followers how hard it is for the astronauts to grab a bite. Fischer shared a video via his Twitter handle Wednesday demonstrating how to eat pudding in space.
Fischer squeezed the pudding out of its pack to a spoon which scooped into a soft tower. A portion of the pudding tower broke and floated away after the first bite. But like a Major League Baseball catcher, Fischer was ready with his open mouth to catch the levitating cream of joy.
This is not the first time Fischer made his followers drool over space snacks. Earlier this week, Fischer posted a collage of the picture of some space burgers put together by his fellow astronauts.
And you thought space food would be some boring energy bars?