Government You're Probably Breaking These Foods Laws Without Even Realizing It  

Rebecca High

You are what they eat, which is why there are a few rules in place to guarantee food is prepared and plated properly. This video dives into a few of those specifications.

In the interest of keeping the human populations penchant for self-destruction at a minimum, local governments have created some food-related laws that, without context or backstory, can seem very bizarre.

A few gems include Connecticut's law on bouncing pickles. A vinegar-ed cuke can't be considered a pickle unless it bounces, and you might be encountering a $500 fine if you claim to sell pickles but they don't bounce.

The question is, how high does it have to go to be considered a proper bounce? Watch this video for more on this strange pickle laws and and other odd food legalities around America.