Glass Cats: A Translucent Feline



In 2014, a dessert retailer in Hokoto, Japan known as the Kinseiken Seika Agency exploded in recognition when the online discovered their crystalline mizu Shingen mochi, a really translucent edible cake that seems like an unlimited water droplet. The sweet gelatinous rice cake comprised largely of mineral water and agar is so delicate it can in all probability solely stand at room temperature for about half-hour sooner than disappearing proper right into a lumpy puddle.

Earlier this month Twitter shopper @mithiruka took a modified recipe for the mizu Shingen mochi and paired it with a silicon cat mould to make this jelly-like cake that’s now being shared by cat lovers all through the online—apparently there’s pretty a few of them.

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