Japanese chef Shoichi Uchiyama gets creepy-crawly with his sushi recipes that use insects as the primary source of protein. Although his concept is nothing new — Uchiyama wrote an insect cookbook in 2008 — he continues to lobby for the use of bugs as an alternative and more sustainable protein source.
Instead of hearing about their fake farm… Eat Your Facebook Friends
For those keeping score… This is Now the World’s Most Expensive Sushi
A New Hope for breakfast… Mini Star Wars Cereal
Get your beans on… The Best BBQ Beans Ever
There are no words… The World’s Strongest Beer, Served in a Dead Squirrel
Puffs or Crunchy?… Battle of the Cheetos
Prepare to die… Robots Can Now Flip Pancakes
Wrapped in a thin 24-carat gold leaf and encrusted with .20-carat African diamonds on top. It is available in a restaurant in Manila, and will run you a mortgage-payment-like $2700.
Apparently the sushi is marketed as a perfect accompaniment to a marriage proposal or anniversary, for the woman who’s obviously married you for your money.
[thanks, Lost At E Minor]
Lots of things come to mind when we think of Japan; geisha girls, electronics, karaoke and mathematicians. But above all, as shown in this commercial, Japan does two things better than anyone else—make sushi and bring the bat-shit-craziness.
[via The Huffington Post]