Florida alien food embargo; Galaxy's Edge required to use Earth ingredients |

Florida alien food embargo; Galaxy’s Edge required to use Earth ingredients

The temporary menu change caused by an embargo on alien ingredients. Photo by paleodisney.net & jedinews.co.uk.

You had to go to Disneyland to get your Endorian Tip-Yip.

WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — It looked like a simple signage change, but the truth is more complex. When Galaxy’s Edge restaurants changed the names of their dishes last week, it wasn’t to aid local guest’s understanding. Actually, the food vendors at Batuu no longer had access to alien food ingredients, and were forced to switch temporarily to local (Earth) products.

So instead of Kaadu Ribs, they began selling plain old pork ribs. And all of their Endorian Tip-Yip was replaced with chicken.

Embargo

Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) said the Trade Federation was to blame. “They set up an blockade for the whole eastern seaboard,” Disney (no relation) explains. “So we sent a couple of Jedi to negotiate an end to the embargo.

“Fortunately this negotiation ended better than the last one. We don’t have too many Jedi left.”

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Cover photo: The temporary menu change caused by an embargo on alien ingredients. Photo by paleodisney.net & jedinews.co.uk.