I have always found Japanese fake food to be a little crunchy and not very tasty.
I love the food models here and can’t resist playing with them in stores. Drives my wife nuts
Then he hands the lettuce to the kid, who immediately squashes it back into a lump of unformed wax.
Just to be picky, contra the headline, this is “Japanese fake food” rather than “fake Japanese food”. After all, the Japanese-ness isn’t what’s fake, it’s the food-ness.
ETA: “Fake Japanese foods” would be like the fake wasabi they showed on QI the other night, ordinary horse-radish dyed green.
Note that “Sampuru” is a Japanese phonetic pronunciation of the English “sample”.
Looks like she’d do well to eat her outfit.
Probably her only contact with carbs…
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