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Siew Yoke Or Rocks? We Can’t Tell The Difference & Neither Can The Rest Of The Internet

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Our mouths are salivating just looking at these juicy pieces of siew yoke rocks?

If your eyes were deceived the first time you saw this picture, we wouldn’t be surprised. Recently, a Facebook post showing slabs of rock went viral after netizens took notice of their uncanny resemblance to the much-adored roasted pork dish, siew yoke.

The post, which was initially shared by science fiction and fantasy author, Daniel Arenson, showcased a semi-precious gemstone known as Chalcedony.

Chalcedony, a semi-precious gemstone.~~~~~~~~I'm a science fiction and fantasy author. I post a lot of cool stuff, so…

Posted by Daniel Arenson on Wednesday, December 16, 2020

But these “meat rocks” aren’t just a one-hit-wonder. According to the Viewing Stone Association of North America, these meat rocks are typically made up of “agates, chalcedony” and “different colours of Jasper.”

Some of these meat rocks even resemble bacon!

These precious stones are particularly highly demanded in China. In fact, Chinese locals have a special museum in Lushan, China dedicated to these rocks, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. There are even different classifications of meat rocks for collectors to identify those of higher quality, which can earn quite a good sum of money if sold.

Who knew rocks could look so delicious? What do you guys think of this? 

 

Also read: This Siew Yoke Jelly Cake Is The Perfect Way To Prank Your Friends For Hungry Ghost Month


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