I'm sure some of us did a little awkward—and probably fruitless—shaking of a ketchup, mustard or mayonnaise bottle this past weekend. But help could be on the way.
A team of researchers at MIT has developed a lubricant, LiquiGlide, they call "a revolutionary super-slippery coating to liberate your ketchup!*" And the asterisk, which is usually a sign of danger: "*made from food materials so it’s safe and non-toxic."
Click here for more facts about LiquiGlide (from its website). And here are some videos demonstrating the powers of Mr. Super-Slippery Coating. (If you are receiving The Delicious Truth via email, click here and here to view demonstrations of ketchup and mustard, respectively.)