Tiny powdered meals that can be turned into a fast food menu by adding water.
Japan is known for many things. Perhaps what its most famous for is turning full sized objects smaller. Consumer products like cell phones, appliances, and even automobiles are all shrunk down to compact sizes. They have expanded their talent for miniaturizing things to food. Below is a video of a complete fast food meal cheese burgers, french fries, ketchup and beverage all the size of a child’s toy.
It may sound like something you can buy at your local supermarket but it’s not. Each item in the package must be recreated by adding water and being heated in a microwave (except for the cola). Not only the burger but the bun, cheese, ketchup and fries are all in powder form. I did a little research and found out that the entire meal is edible. It has no artificial coloring and is less than 100 calories. Now that’s what I call low fat fast food. Check out the video.
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