I already have—about 20 times. (I close my eyes when—spoiler alert!—the squid hits the pan.) And if someone can tell me what those spongy white things are in the first frame, I'd be very grateful!
The caption, according to Google Translate, means "What happens when baked?," though I'm sure that a non-robot would have a more equivalent translation.
While I wait for one of our commenters to tell me what "焼いたらどうなる?" really means, I'll just watch this one more time and let the video tell me what language cannot.
Tastemade Japan's Instagram account has all sorts of other gems, too.
There's this video, which suggests a much easier way to make rice ball snacks (directly on plastic wrap—then just twist and transport!)...
...and this one, in which a series of white ingredients turn into a cheesecake that's adorned with lots of Oreos and a sprig of a very delicate-looking herb that might be parsley but probably is not:
I'm Tastemade Japan's newest follower—and unauthorized spokeswoman.
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