Miniature food trend becoming viral
Not too long ago fast food restaurants were trying to win over customers with larger serving sizes and cheap upgrades to giant drinks and fries.
Things have now come full circle with ‘miniature food’ fast becoming the latest viral internet craze.
Using the smallest ingredients possible, internet users are filming themselves cooking everything from miniature steaks to replicas of KFC meals.
Just some of the many miniature cooking videos include:
Mini Food Pancake
Mini Food Cheeseburger
Mini Food Pizza
The trend originates out of Japan where miniature cooking kits have been sold for years. Thanks to YouTube and social media, the craze is now spreading internationally.
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