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  • In Connecticut, A Pickle Is Only A Pickle If It Bounces on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#3) In Connecticut, A Pickle Is Only A Pickle If It Bounces

    It's not as easy to make a pickle in Connecticut as you may think. Unless a pickled cucumber bounces, you can't call it an actual pickle. If a pickle is deemed unfit and sold anyway, the seller is fined.  

    The pickle law goes beyond just cucumbers, however. As recently as 2010, farmers fought to pass a bill changing the 4.6 pH balance required to sell homemade pickles, salsas, and tomato sauce.

  • Only Real Butter Is Served To Wisconsin Convicts on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#10) Only Real Butter Is Served To Wisconsin Convicts

    Wisconsin, the Dairy State, made it illegal to substitute oleo or margarine for butter in all state institutions, including prisons, schools, and hospitals, unless there's a health issue to consider. It's actually illegal to have oleo or margarine out on the table of a public restaurant unless it's been ordered by the customer.

  • Salting The Railroad Tracks Will Get You Arrested In Alabama on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#14) Salting The Railroad Tracks Will Get You Arrested In Alabama

    A law in Alabama prohibits an individual from putting salt on railroad tracks. Perhaps this is out of concern for the construction and condition of the tracks themselves, but the general consensus is that salt attracts cattle, which could lead to a collision with a train.

  • Lassoing Fish Is Outlawed In Tennessee on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#2) Lassoing Fish Is Outlawed In Tennessee

    Fishing laws around the country prohibit the use of explosives, firearms, and other implements, but in Tennessee, it's also illegal to catch a fish with a lasso. But at least you're not in Idaho, where you can't fish while riding a camel. And you can still lasso fish in Texas.

  • Tomatoes Were Nearly Banned From Maine's Chowder on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#9) Tomatoes Were Nearly Banned From Maine's Chowder

    In 1939, Maine attempted to pass a law banning tomatoes from clam chowder. According to State Legislator Cleveland Sleeper, tomatoes "polluted" clam chowder and shouldn't be allowed in the dish. Tomato-based chowder was just soup, after all - just ask someone in New England outside of Manhattan.

  • Sending A Pizza In Louisiana Will Get You Fined on Random Bizarre Food Laws In U.S. That You Never Even Knew Existed

    (#11) Sending A Pizza In Louisiana Will Get You Fined

    If you're looking to prank a friend in Louisiana, send them something other than a pizza. If you do send a pizza to someone's house without their knowledge, you could be fined $500. That's a pretty expensive pizza.

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