People are Now Making Tiny, Tiny Food that You Can Actually Eat

Miniature doughnuts for life!

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There is a new culinary trend that's taking over the world: Kawaii Cooking!

It's basically cooking tiny food in tiny utensils with edible ingredients and is an absolute joy to watch:

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This trend began in Japan but is slowly going viral all over the world, mainly because it's tiny food cooking in tiny utensils and is super fascinating.

Even though there is no functional value of Kawaii cooking, it is known to be a stress buster of sorts, where the participant feels a level of control while preparing these tiny portions.

Not only is this trend incredibly relaxing for the person coking, the videos are seriously mesmerizing:

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