How to Make an Edible Strawberry Balloon from Strawberries

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The preparation process is, to put it mildly, laborious. But RuyGin, a restaurant in Tokyo, is ranked by critics as the 22nd best in the world. Its chefs did not acquire their reputation by slacking off. During the video, they appear to use, among many other tools, liquid nitrogen, an air pump and a blowtorch.


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