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Sliced Mayonnaise Is About To Exist In Japan

Japan is pretty well known for their innovation in the technological world. They're also pretty well known for their food. Sushi, ramen, okonomiyaki, mochi, takoyaki, yakitori, and Kit Kat flavors are just a few examples.

Now, they're about to be known for one of their very unique culinary ventures that totally blow natto out of the park.

Japanese food brand Bourbon sure thinks sliced mayonnaise is the best thing since sliced bread.

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According to Sora News 24, the brand's focus is on sweets. However, they thought they'd swerve into the sliced mayo world.

Tuna mayo is a pretty popular flavor in Japan, especially for onigiri (rice ball). Now, it will exist in single sheet form.

For an extra kick, the brand is also releasing a mayonnaise and mentaiko flavor, which is spicy cod roe.

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This is all part of the brand's line dedicated to more simple cooking.

Instead of having to take your tuna out of the can and swipe some mayo on bread, you can just sandwich a tuna-flavored sheet of mayo and save all that time.


Here's an example of how it could look on pasta.

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I'll never look at Kraft Singles the same.

I don't know about you, but I certainly cannot envision myself sinking my teeth into a sheet of sliced mayo the same way I do with Kraft Singles.

A thick cold piece of mayo just chilling on my sandwich?

I'll be seeing that in my sleep paralysis for sure.

One flavor we most likely will be able to get on board with is their chocolate ganache sheet.

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They're also releasing a white chocolate apple butter sheet, which I probably would eat right out of the packaging like I do with Kraft Singles.

These are set to launch in Japan on March 2, so if you happen to be over there and feel brave, definitely look out for them in grocery stores.

h/t: Sora News 24.

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