Green Caviar

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FOOD: Green Caviar

Japan has gone wild for what’s been dubbed ‘green caviar’, with jars of glistening green pearls containing hot wasabi selling out in seconds. Drawing on 140 years’ experience in producing wasabi, Tamaruya – the brains behind Wasabeads – have cleverly reinvented a Japanese staple by dreaming up their one-of-a-kind condiment. An unexpected hit, such is the hype surrounding the precious pearls that despite Tamaruya’s best efforts to ramp up production, shop shelves continue to empty in a heartbeat each time a new batch of Wasabeads is released. So, if you’re in Japan and spot an unclaimed jar, be sure to snap it up and sample Japan’s latest food fad.

Images: Spoon and Tamagao

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