Japanese Mini Hamburger

(1) It is edible. No artificial colours. No preservatives. This kit contains pork and chicken ingredients. 96 calories.
(2) It tastes like real hamburger, bread, cheese, ketchup, french? fries and cola. It was delicious.
(3) It cost me 258 yen.

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  1. FlamingAtheist,

    Oh Japan.
    This is almost the ‘pill form’ meal of the future.

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  2. Tangerine,

    I bet you get hungry again a few minutes later

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  3. Cornjob,

    LOOK OUT! GODZIRRA!!!!!

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  4. Ninabi,

    Can those kits be purchased here?
    I’m fascinated by the endless precise steps that don’t make it too hard to have everything turn out well. I’d think they’d be enormously popular with kids in the US.

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    • WordyGrrl,

      I think it’d go over well with little kids who’ve expressed an interest in learning to cook, but are too young to be handling stoves and knives just yet.

      Then again, I was in first grade when my Mom taught me how to push a chair up to the stove so I could stand on it while cooking real burgers.

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  5. Nowax,

    I feel like I’ve just been on a mini LSD trip. I think this is the definition of “zen”. By the way, I think you would expend far more calories assembling/cooking this meal then you would derive from eating it.

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  6. Mr. Sparkle,

    This is why they lost the war.

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  7. outeast,

    I’ve got a buddy of mine on the hunt for these to ship a few packs over… Hmmm, might even be worth looking into an import deal…

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  8. Debbe,

    This takes the concept of ‘playing with your food” to a whole new level!

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