Tortilla: Sounds Good and Tastes Great Too
A few months ago, there was a video of a tortilla on a record player spinning to the "Jarabe Tapatio" aka "The Mexican Hat Dance". Well a guy saw that and decided to try and make a real tortilla that really played music on a turntable.
He used a laser cutter on an uncooked tortilla and made a playable vinyl or rather a tortilla record. It doesn't sound the best, but it does work.
(He said that he used uncooked tortillas because they're the flattest) It takes about 30 minutes to make a seven-inch record that lasts around 30 seconds. He's made tortilla records for "Macarena", "Yakko’s World", and Taco's version of "Puttin’ on the Ritz".
You can also eat the tortilla records, but they don't taste the best. He said they tasted a little burnt.
Here's a tortilla record playing "The Mexican Hat Dance".