Watch: How Japanese People Make Fake Vegetables


Lately there is a lot of threat to our health, considering that the market is flooded with adulterated food.

After the alarming news about the fake rice being made in China and exported to different Asian countries, another disturbing case of "fake food" is now making its rounds online. 

A video uploaded on YouTube and shared through social media that shows a Japanese worker making fake cabbage has racked up over 1 million views already.

The man reportedly uses chemicals and wax that are floated in water before being formed into the correct shape. Then green dye is used and diluted to give the pail green color associated with a fresh cabbage.

Consumers become worried about this, especially those who often eat in ramen shops. It is really hard to determine a fake one since it looks so real and the texture was also crunchy once cut into pieces. 


However, a little information available claimed that making these fake foods is intended for replica use and not to be eaten. 

The idea were 1st made by Japanese people since the late 1910's and this ingenious displays meant to make your dining choices easier than just looking at endless menu photos.

The proper name for it is “shokuhin sample,” which Kotaku tells us means “food sample.” 
Although food replicas used to typically be made from wax, modern methods use liquid plastic poured into silicon molds.

Some wax might still be used for certain things, including hands-on demonstrations like the ones seen in the video.


(Source: VyperLook)
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