Is the mochi alive? Japanese mochi maker gadget video will leave you satisfied all day【Video】

Don’t hammer the rice as it will look like it’s about to turn itself into mochi.

The traditional way to do it Mochi It involves boiling sticky mochigome rice and tossing it in a wooden bucket. Then you hit it with a big hammer, turn or stir the rice, hit it from a different angle, and continue this pattern until all the grains are hard rice cakes.

Needless to say, most people don’t have a giant hammer in their kitchen these days, and they don’t even want to go to the trouble. But there is another way to make your own mochi: a mochi making machine. Not only does it use very little blunt force, but it’s also amazing to watch the car in action, as evidenced by a recent video from a Twitter user. @QEaWtKcIaGJfVTE It took the Japanese internet by storm.

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At first glance, the machine looks like a simple rice cooker. Once the activity starts, the battered rice will start to jiggle and shake, rise up from the center and push the edges in a clockwise rotation..

It starts spinning faster, too individual grains begin to stick together and then coalesce. The outer layer of the mass will become smooth and shiny and will eventually form. a giant ball of mochi.

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There’s something comforting and satisfying about watching rice transform into a giant spherical rice cake, and commenters agree;

“I see it over and over again.”
“Mohi looks so cute!”
“It’s a relief to see that.”
“Now I want a mochi maker too.”
“Oh, don’t you have to close the lid?”
“… is mochi alive?”

As the last commenter said, that’s part of what makes the video so great rice seems to want to become mochi by magic. But what’s actually happening is that the fins at the bottom of the mochi maker are stirring and kneading the rice, which is the opposite of what people see when mochi is made with a hammer.

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You can find basic mochi makers in Japan for around ¥10,000 (US$75), so if you want to enjoy freshly made mochi at home, it’s a dream come true. We may have to see it in action and decide for ourselves, but I think we should re-watch @QEaWtKcIaGJfVTE’s video a dozen times first.

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Source: @QEaWtKcIaGJfVTE Through IT Media
Photo: @QEaWtKcIaGJfVTE
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