Combining delicious pork products with marijuana is the best idea we've heard of ever. Bringing the two best things in life together is brilliant—if Neo needed another way to escape from the Matrix, this might be it. Just say it out loud to yourself, "marijuana-infused bacon." Rolls off the tongue, doesn't it?

Washington state pig farmer, Jeremy Gross got the idea for adding leftover medical marijuana dispensary byproducts to his pigs' diet from William von Schneidau, a butcher from Seattle. The result is a product high in demand, and sells at Seattle's Pike Place market for around $13 a pound for pork shoulder or $17 a pound for chops.

It's worth noting the U.S. Drug Administration hasn't approved the additional mixture being fed to pigs but remains on the market available for purchase.