- A soothing TikTok video showing the process of making soy sauce from scratch has gone viral.
- When the soybeans can be mashed between his fingertips with no resistance, he spreads the steaming beans on a flat wooden beaded tray for fermentation before sprinkling a yellow powder — called Aspergillus oryzae, a common fermentation microbe for soy sauce — over them.
- In this video, @craftsman0011 presents himself as a simple country man, wearing a plain tangzhuang with natural outdoor lighting and local green landscapes as his background. His tools and kitchenware emphasizes a rustic ambiance: made from woven fibers, ceramics, stone or metal.
- The video has garnered over 489,7000 views and 49,700 likes as of this writing.
A video of the peaceful yet lengthy process of fermenting soybeans into soy sauce has gone viral on TikTok.
TikTok user @craftsman0011 has amassed over 144,000 followers from their videos of items being made from scratch, such as ink, chopsticks and rapeseed oil. Their videos sometimes have traditional Chinese or acoustic music in the background, but the naturally soothing sounds of the processes are usually most prominent.
Whipped coffee, or Korean Dalgona coffee, has taken over our feeds by storm.
*Almost* everyone is making, or has tried to make, this fluffy inverted latte during quarantine. If you’re like us, you had a few unsuccessful attempts before you made anything remotely similar to those light caramel brown clouds-in-a-cup you’ve been seeing on TikTok.
Japan will turn your instant ramen experience up a notch with this clever hack that will transform your favorite instant comfort food into a savory treat.
Instant ramen is always a must-have item in the pantry, but needless to say, it does get kind of boring, so ramen fans have been experimenting to jazz up their ramen a little bit.