This Japanese Company Sells Chocolate Kraft Singles, and I Need Them In My Life
By Ryan on 10/25/2021 2:03 PM
Leave it to Japan to re-invent chocolate. These chocolate slices are pre-wrapped in plastic just like how those Kraft single slices of cheese are made. With how flimsy and cheese-like the chocolate looks, I'm not sure how appetizing or authentic the chocolate might be. My guess is it's just a bunch of chemicals similar to how the Kraft singles you buy aren't actually real cheese. None-the-less just think of the amazing possibilities and incredible snacks you'll be able to create with easy to access sliced chocolate at your disposal. I see a lot of chocolate omelettes, chocolate sandwiches, and chocolate tacos in your near future.
These chocolate Kraft singles are sold only in Japan for now by a company called Bourbon, but I can only assume it won't be long until we start seeing these in America. We Americans love our chocolate and we love it quick, which is why these sliced chocolate singles would flourish here.
The Chocolate Kraft singles can be used for table decorations...
Wrap your favorite fruit with these single chocolate slices!
You can also use the chocolate Kraft singles in your breakfast crepes, or on your pancakes!
You can buy the Chocolate Kraft single slices from the Japanese website Bourbon, and they cost around $28.50 for 100 slices!
"Sliced raw chocolate is a sliced type raw chocolate that you can enjoy the richness and chocolate feeling of fresh cream.
It is a food sheet that you can put it on, roll it up, wrap it up and arrange it freely, and you can easily make full-fledged raw chocolate sweets on the day of the hare or at home time."