Master Demonstrates How To Make Fake But Delicious-Looking Japanese Food

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Have you ever walked by a cheap Japanese joint and wondered how the fake, plastic-looking wax food that they display in the window gets made? We’ve been curious since forever, especially when it comes to ebi tempura. How they make it look so real and so good has been a total mystery. You don’t need to understand Japanese to press play, so watch and learn!

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