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Recently, we often see products and projects with "feces" as a motif. These include the "Unko Drill Series" that became a huge boom, the "Unko Museum" at Diver City Tokyo Plaza, and the " Unko-Chunkun Soft Ice Cream " in Harajuku, which the En-En-Eating editorial staff has actually eaten in the past. I have even seen "poop emoji" key chains hanging from the school bags of female students walking around town.
When I asked my sister, a high school girl, about the "poop" motif, she replied, "It's a little charming and cute. It's not too flirtatious. It's like a loose character. It seems that the motif was received with rather positive feelings.
Since then, I have been somewhat interested in the "poop" motif, and the other day I found a shocking product at a Villeurban store. The name of the product is "poop curry.
Poop CurryA courageous name that combines the words "poop" and "curry," two words that should not be placed side by side in this world. I was so shocked that I bought it. The price is 800 yen including tax. It is expensive for a retort-pouch curry.
The package says, "That eternal theme is now a forbidden product! The package says, "That eternal theme is now a forbidden product! Perhaps the question is "If you had to eat one, would you rather have "feces-flavored curry" or "curry-flavored feces?" The "Feces Curry" is a curry with a texture of "feces". The "Feces Curry" is made with a special texture, with the addition of corn and chocolate as a secret ingredient. It is said to be rich and full-bodied. It's a very spirited, poop-like curry.
Normally, retort-packed curries should be roasted in boiling water prior to use, but this is not the case with "poop curry"; it is said that if the curry is heated in boiling water before being squeezed out, the roux will dissolve, making it impossible to roll up. The recipe, "How to Make a Delicious Rolled Poop Curry," recommends that you wrap it in plastic wrap and heat it in a microwave oven after you squeeze the contents out onto a plate. When it becomes soggy, it is ready to eat.
Let's roll it up. Carefully squeeze out the roux onto the plate. The roux is softer than expected, and it is impossible to make the fine tuna that you can see in "Koko Koro Comic. Also, each ingredient is large, so it is difficult to keep its shape. The finished roux was, how should I say it, ....... What a feeling!
The taste is spicier than expected, with a hint of sweetness followed slowly by the spice flavor. The ingredients have a strong presence and are very satisfying. However, I could not get the word "poop" out of my mind. Perhaps it is because my hand moves more slowly than usual with the spoon.
Although the curry is delicious, I cannot shake off the strange feeling I have for a while after eating it. You may enjoy it as a gift for someone with a sense of humor, as a prize in a bingo game at a year-end party, or in combination with the "toilet bowl plate" that has been the talk of the town in the past.