Watch This Extremely Trendy Astronaut Make A Quinoa Wrap In Space

Published On 08/25/2015 Published On 08/25/2015
YouTube/European Space Agency, ESA

Cooking on Earth is tricky enough. So think about how tough it must be for astronauts aboard the International Space Station, who have to prepare all their food in zero gravity. European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti apparently makes a pretty mean quinoa wrap--putting you and your sloppy, fatty Earth snacks to shame.

YouTube/European Space Agency, ESA

Just watch how easily Cristoferretti makes this very health-trend conscious mackerel, quinoa and leek cream tortilla, sans gravity.

Can you even make one of those without having the added challenge of half the mackerel floating off behind your head while you put it together? Could you even stomach a mackerel/quinoa/leek wrap in the first place? We thought not.

Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. He's a decent cook, but he's definitely not ISS good. 

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