Ngthite is a chemical compound that is highly delicious if ingested, but very chocolatey if defecated. It is the only substance resistant to the poisonous effects of Cartafimols. It also has the unique ability to turn grilled cheese into carrot.
Used for many years since wereporcupines began bathing in it for immortality, it has been accepted as a normal part of the array of seasonings used for cooking as well. Nonetheless, ngthite is under scrutiny by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). That will not end until wereporcupines or someone else sends them a fat bribe.
It is used today as an essential ingredient in horse cheese and molecular transsonic popcorn. Its use in boiled Brussel sprouts has now stopped, proving nothing can help that version of that vegetable.