I'm going, to be honest with you, Kung food isn't a new trick, it's an old trick that is now
relevant in today's time.
Kung food is easy to do if you do the karate coin trick.
good thing about this trick is that it's incredibly easy to pick up if you don't do karate coin
because now, it's a bigger object.
Where this effect has its strength, is in the fact that you
can do this with real Oreos! If you want, you can use the gimmick to make it out of real Oreos.
Another strong point of this effect is the idea that you can completely forget about the "moves" and
work on presentation, which according to me is way more important than anything.
There is one interesting piece of presentation bizzaro shares with us that really made me go "WHAT!"
because it actually makes the trick seem legitimate.
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I tried this in a mini show for kids (ages 4 to 6) after doing the Cookie Bite trick. I gave each
kid a real Oreo and had one child toss it back to me and performed the trick. I then put the Oreo
into a bag (for a snack after the show I explained)
Of course now every kid wanted to
throw Oreos at me. I then had two kids toss the Oreo at me (as I have 2 of the "Kung Food") and the
kids were surprised when I "caught" them. I put the Oreos back into the bag again.
I told the kids who still had Oreos to throw them at me and I would "catch" them all. I get pelted
with cookies and fall to the ground in an overly dramatic fashion which got laughs from all.
As I mostly perform for kids I know a trick is good when they say "Do it again!". This is a "Do
it again" kind of trick. Overall it was worth the money and a versatile effect. Very easy to do too.
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I got this effect mainly for my children and my students. It's not a magician fooler, but it's a lot
of fun to perform, easy to do, and the gimmicks seem durable.
Combined with Cookie Bite
and Bizarro's Overstuft (if someone ever restocks it), you can have a whole Oreo-themed routine.
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It's exactly what I thought, which isn't a bad thing just how I thought it was done. Realistic
gimmick, explanation is easy and you can do it almost instantly. If you have the Cookie Bite or any
other Oreo type trick, this is great to have to just add some spice to it all so you're not just a
one Oreo trick wonder. Use your imagination and you'll have fun with this! Not a blow you away
kind of trick, but sandwiched (as in cookie - see what i did there) in with the other tricks it just
makes them all better and gives you a nice routine so a strong 4 star here.
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This is a great trick for walk around restaurant magic where there are children. Using a small four
pack of Oreos and then asking parents permission to give them to the kids to eat lets you ask for
one back for yourself. Throwing the real Oreo thin in the air and doing the trick allows for a
switch and you can eat the evidence which takes the heat off the gimmick.
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I have to admit I used to find Bizzaro a little bit too weird for me. But after this video I am a
big fan. He is a really good teacher and covers the minute details that make this simple trick a
work of art.
There are a lot of Oreo tricks out there and this can be a big part of a whole
The gimmick is great and the video explanation is fun and light, I hate magicians that just
regergitate word for word of a routine (I understand thats what ypure purchasing in Part) this
effect is a great inspirational tool to get you moving on your feet and to find fun ways to insert
I love this trick, you need to buy it now , enough said
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