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Japanese Kracie Brand Poppin Cookin/Happy Kitchen DIY Snack Kits

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Im surprised no one has mentioned these Japanese Do It Yourself Snack Kits, from Kracie brand

They are called Poppin Cookin' or Happy Kitchen.

They are little snacks you make yourself like Waffles, Fast Food Happy Meal (w/Cola), Cakes, Ramen Noodles, Curry Rice etc

Some, even involve Spherification...

You can buy them on eBay, Amazon, JList etc.

Here are a few videos,

Happy Meal

Waffles

Ramen

Cake

Sushi W/Spherification aspects


Wawa Sizzli FTW!

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Darienne   

I am overwhelmed with work to do today and supper to make and yet I sat there watching those videos with my mouth wide open, disbelieving almost what I was seeing before my eyes. Maybe I am just too old. :raz::laugh::raz:


Darienne

learn, learn, learn...

Cheers & Chocolates

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