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Can Alix Follow A Recipe In Japanese? • Tasty

Can Alix Follow A Recipe In Japanese? • Tasty
(

Alix

speaks in foreign language) - No, (laughs) this is sugar. (

Alix

speaks in foreign language) - No. (laughs) (

Alix

speaks in foreign language) ( Rie laughs) You're saying salt. (

Alix

speaks in foreign language) - No, no, (speaks in foreign language). (

Alix

speaks in foreign language) - Yeah. (laughs) - What's that? (laughs). - You're just saying, (both speak in foreign language) - I was one... Hi, I'm Rie. - Hi, I'm

Alix

. Last time, Rie challenged me to make Inarizushi
can alix follow a recipe in japanese tasty

recipe

using only

Japanese

instructions. And, it was so much fun, that now I'm back. - What she said. (laughs) - Yeah, you understood it, right? - I remember a few words, actually. - Okay, well, let's get started. - I guess I haven't improved. - Thank you, I'm excited to be here too! (Rei laughs) Okay. Hey! Can you guess what we are making today? - Isn't it dessert? (gasps) Tofu popsicles. - Lemon? - Grate the lemon. - Wow, I didn't even finish the sentence. (both
laugh) - Am I psychic? Am I psychic? - Yes! By the way, this lemon is from my yard. - Really? - Yeah. - Wow! - If life gives you lemon - Make something with tofu, I guess! (laughs) How do you say that in

Japanese

, when life gives you lemons? - We don't have that phrase. - Do you have any sayings? Like, don't eat the yellow snow. (electronic buzz) (laughs) - That looks good. - Is good? - Okay Next. The whole one?

Japanese

and American cultures are very, very different, but I think
that's what helps us get along. Like, where opposites attract. - That's true! - Ah, I just grated my thumb a little bit. - Oh no! - I know that (speaks in foreign language) ( speaks in foreign language) One. One teaspoon? - Yes! (both cheer) In? - Cute. - Cute! Okay. Over here. Juice it? (both giggle and laugh) Nice okay. Oh, look it's like a little citrus knife. - Yeah - Together? Like in the bowl? Okay. I actually think it's supposed to be this way. I saw an article, like
a Buzzfeed article that was like 12 things you're doing wrong, and it was like one of these things. - Oh it makes sense - It makes more sense, right? Let's try it. - Wow, I learned something new. - Wow! Can you believe I taught her something? Like I think that's a first in my life. Bowl? Oven? (electric buzz) (both speak in foreign language) No, that's (speaks in foreign language) or something. - We'll get there. - One cup. - Cup? - Yes. - Wow. (both speak in foreign
can alix follow a recipe in japanese tasty
language) - Something about the lemon and the lime. - Mhm. - Put it on here (speaks in foreign language) Two of this - Yes! - Two of this? In here? Two of this. - Oh - Wow - Stir? Oh, like a little glaze kind of thing. A lemon lime glaze Maybe like a tofu cake with a glaze? Like a lemon tofu cake? - Maybe. (

Alix

laughs) - Nice consistency. - Nice. That's thick, she thick. - Do you know what's (speaks in foreign language) it's a number. - 2 hundred - Huh! (both laugh and cheer) Oh my
god! - Okay so 2 hundred grams of this? Okay. Shut your mouth. (both giggle) - I said (speaks in foreign language) not shut your mouth. Do you remember (speaks in foreign language) - Ah Water - Huh - Oh, 199! Oh, - 200 - Okay 200. - Drain it. - Oh, this one. One cup. Half a cup? - Add the tofu. - Tofu, add the tofu? - I have no idea what's happening, like what is this. Gonna happen to this. What? Make it a thing? Oh! Should I go faster? Uh, one cup? - Mm mm - Half a cup I know Fourth of a
cup? - Yes. - Okay - That's good. (both chuckle) You know sumo wrestler does that too. - Really? - Yeah. When they get on the stage they sprinkle salt. - One tablespoon? - Yes - Baking powder (both giggle) - Bake ow! I wonder what that one is. Stir it up. You guys really like to use your hands for a lot of things, I feel like. - I like making stuff by hand - with your hand, 'Cause you can like kind of feel it - What? (

Alix

speaks in foreign language) - Like all mixed in. - Mhm. - Is it
like a dough? A dough, yeah Did you say American? Oh, we are in America? - It's smooth. - It's smooth. - Yep. (both cheer) - We are making a balls in it? We need one more step, before we go this. It's origami time. - Cutting it. Half? This way? With a knife? That works, right? A sandwich? - No, no no. - A song? - No no no. - Oh, three! Like that? Like that? Oh, cut it. Oh yeah. Three? Six? - Mhm. - Huh.The one number I never can get right. - So, - Six balls. Small? Are you just
can alix follow a recipe in japanese tasty
weighing it in your hand? (Rie laughs) Just wanted to feel it. - You are like weighing it. What? (both chuckle) Um, make it the same. Oh, it's pretty similar. I think I know what I'm making. - Really? - Is it this thing? (both laugh) - I got a little too excited, I think I messed it up a little Squeeze? Oh squishy? (Rie speaks in foreign language) Supposed to make four of them, but uh. (both chuckle) Let's make just 2. - Well that's just like a big one. - Yeah - What is it
called? - It's a Mochi doughnut - Mochi doughnut! - Yes - What do you do with doughnut? How do you cook it? - Fry it. - Yes - Fry the doughnut? - Yes - Well, just one at a time. We're supposed to make 4 and we only made 2. Fry the paper? The whole thing with the paper? Want to fry the paper? - Trust me, yes. - This is mentally exhausting, guys. - So, the reason I chose this, you are going for like healthy lifestyle. - Is this healthy? Frying a doughnut? (Rei laughing)I put tofu in there!
Do you wanna flip? - Flip it? - Yeah! With the paper? - Yeah. - How do you flip it? I'm just gonna flip it this way. - Yeah - Come on little bubble. Why do you do the paper? - 'Cause if you put like - it's just 'cause it's like - this it's going to fall apart. So, but this is kind of hold together. - Yeah, hold it. - I know. - Move it? Take the paper off - Easy right. (

Alix

speaks a foreign language) (both speak a foreign language) - It's an even color. This one's
looking - Nice. - Uh. Glaze the doughnut. A little dip, doughnut dip. Oh, this is like an American sized doughnut actually (giggles) - Nice - How cute! - All right (both speak foreign langauge) - Oh cute! It's like a little lime zest decoration. (Rie speaks in foreign language) Don't burn yourself. - Ooh, got a lot of glaze on this one. Now all this, (hums joyfully) (both cheering) - What did you just say? How did I do? - Slightly bigger but it looks great. And let me get mine - Yeah we
compare - and we can compare. - I love it. - Moment of truth. (both giggle) - Oh my god. - Its just like the different size. - Just super-sized. It's as big as my face. Cheers. - Cheers. (soft music) - Yum! - You like it? - It is a mochi doughnut The lemon and lime citrus really fresh. - I like doughnut with kind of tart and grate. - Yeah you don't like too sweet. And it's really nice, yeah. All right. - Let's try yours. - Let's try. - Hm (soft music) - Huh - Hm (soft music)
- Good job - Thank you! I'm very proud of myself. - I may eat... - I did it again. It tastes really similar - Oh, yeah, - it's just way bigger. (both chuckle) - And you don't taste tofu right? - No - No - I forgot there was even tofu in it. - Right? - Yeah. I mean, I couldn't eat the whole one of that, but I probably could eat the whole one of that. - Did you enjoy? - Oh yeah I love it, I love it - Yay - Very Instagramable. - Mhm! - Yeah! - If you make it at home, tag us on
Instagram, we'd love to see it. - I want to see you. - And comment below what you want

Alix

to make next. All right. - See you next time. - Thank you so much. - What do you say in

Japanese

? (Rei speaks in foreign language) - Bye (upbeat music)