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Kracie Gumi Tsureta - Soda

MaakieMaakie2 anos atrásReview
Hello and welcome to another review of a (small) DIY kit! This time the Gumi Tsureta kit made by Kracie!

Packaging

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The candy comes in a cute packaging that shows a very exaggerated version of what this set makes: candy that you can pull out of a liquid. When I read that for the first time I thought "nahh, that would never work!", so I was really interested in seeing it for myself!

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The back shows the ingredients and simple instructions:
- Put powder #1 and powder #2 in a tray.
- Mix water with both powders.
- Put a straw in the left tray.
- Place the powder #3 from the bag on top of the liquid in the left tray.
- Pull the straw up and make magic!
- Dip it in the foam you made in the right tray before eating.

Contents

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The set comes with quite a lot of parts for it's size:
- Mixing tray with 2 mixing parts and one measuring part.
- Powder to make the liquid.
- Powder to make the dipping foam.
- A straw.
- Powder to make the candy.
- A fork.

Making the kit

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I first mixed the right tray for the "dipping foam" and woah! It became foamy super quick and easily! Almost no water needed!

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Mixing the left tray gave a lot less pleasant looking result, making the liquid having a foggy green color.

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I put the candy powder on top of the green liquid. And now for the moment of truth...

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...it's working!!!

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Awwwww, man.

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Luckily the second try already went a lot better! You can also see here how the candy powder absorbs the liquid like crazy to form a gummy-like candy.

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Time to dip...oh, come on.

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I guess the fork has a second function with this set. Maybe with this set I was too careful, as I was slowly pulling and slowly moving the candy.

Taste

As for the taste. On the blue gummy-candy you make, I couldn't really pin down the taste, except for it being really sugary and the red colored crystals you see being pure sugar squares. The pink foam is where the advertised soda taste was, as it tasted like cola/coke with lemon. By itself the (very sweet) gummy wasn't that much special, but the dipping foam (that was a bit sour) made up for a nice combination!

Conclusion

When it comes to creativity and complexity, there is not much challenge in this kit. I did greatly enjoy making it, and the main reason for that is because I expected this to not work very well, but it did! The taste of the gummy is like a lot of western candy, but the foamy soda-taste part is something special! I would recommend this set to everyone as the taste is quite nice and it's pretty crazy how it works!

Finish

If you are interested in my other Food/Drink reviews, you can look here:
Kracie Zoo Animals DIY Gummy Kit: blog/25454
Hora Dekita! Ringo Ame: blog/25334
Big Loot with small snacks + reviews: blog/24995
Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts: blog/24501
Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts: blog/24501
Kracie Happy Kitchen Pizza: blog/24411
Big Loot with small snacks + reviews: blog/24278
Crayon Shin Chan Fake Beer Namaiki (Cheeky Drink): blog/19021
Popin' Cookin' Sushi: blog/18923
Big Loot with small snacks + reviews: blog/18658


I have gotten the question in multiple blogs if I could translate the ingredients of the food I review. This is not possible for me, as my Japanese is not that good. If you are interested in helping me out with translating, please shoot me a message!

Thanks for reading my blog and I hope everyone looks forward to the next food reviews! :) My next blog will be a grab box blog and after that a review from a bigger DIY Kit: the Popin' Cookin' Cake Shop Kit!
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VioFitz (1 ano atrás) #8868883Ah, Choccolate, I forgot that!! I love both eating or even drink hot/ice chocco.
Hahaha, so damn right! I still enjoyed many kid stuff though, to be honest I don't do like drink real beer or even smoking.


Hehe, there aren't much people that don't like chocolate. xD

There is also nothing wrong with not liking "adult" stuff. :P Smoking is really bad for you and too much alcohol can make you do weird stuff. But well, not that drinking/eating a lot of sugary stuff like this is good for you, lol. xD
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Maakie (1 ano atrás) #8728324Ah, I'm also not really a sweet type, except for a craving for chocolate every now and then, haha!
Yeah most of these items are aimed at kids, but that doesn't mean adults can't enjoy them, right? :^)


Ah, Choccolate, I forgot that!! I love both eating or even drink hot/ice chocco.

Hahaha, so damn right! I still enjoyed many kid stuff though, to be honest I don't do like drink real beer or even smoking.
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VioFitz (1 ano atrás) #8602893Actually, Indonesian loves sweet foods as well but, not much on me. It depends from what I eat but, I mostly like sweets from drinks, cakes, biscuits & candies.
Yeah, I think so too & sorry if I have to admit it but, I think all the foods/snacks/drinks you've reviewed was a kid's stuffs. Maybe....


Ah, I'm also not really a sweet type, except for a craving for chocolate every now and then, haha!

Yeah most of these items are aimed at kids, but that doesn't mean adults can't enjoy them, right? :^)
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Maakie (2 anos atrás) #5142891I guess different countries/cultures = different tastes? For me a lot of the Japanese snacks are either a lot sweeter or a lot more bitter than the ones they sell over here.
Yeah, this is aimed at kids for sure! I think every one of the "smaller" DIY kits I bought and reviewed are rather meant for children, such as the gummy set I did before this one. ;)


Actually, Indonesian loves sweet foods as well but, not much on me. It depends from what I eat but, I mostly like sweets from drinks, cakes, biscuits & candies.

Yeah, I think so too & sorry if I have to admit it but, I think all the foods/snacks/drinks you've reviewed was a kid's stuffs. Maybe....
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mickeydeerho (1 ano atrás) #5166629The packaging isn't in a cardboard box this time, ha.
I could not tell from the packaging but it isn't a specific shape of something?
A coca cola soda with lemon does sound pretty good. I ought to try this combination sometime.


Haha, no, most of the cheaper sets seem to be in a simple wrapper. ;)

What do you mean with shape? It's supposed to stretch and look like this:

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So I was pretty close I guess, lol!

You never had that before? :O You should! It's a super popular combination over here and some stores even sell it pre-mixed like this:

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The packaging isn't in a cardboard box this time, ha.

I could not tell from the packaging but it isn't a specific shape of something?

A coca cola soda with lemon does sound pretty good. I ought to try this combination sometime.
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Otaku4Ever (2 anos atrás) #5094062He's a Youtuber ^^. And yea, he somewhat reviews them, although he never does them right... lol.
And your welcome. I just love it people review these ^^


Ah, I checked his channel, but don't see food reviews? ^^''

VioFitz (2 anos atrás) #5094668Hmm... This is rather a little awkward, because none of Japanese beverages or even candy I've tried in my travel was that too sweet. But, judging from the package, I'm positive that taste was meant for kids who loves sweets. I kinda afraid buying those because I don't know their exact ingredients since it's in Japanese.

I guess different countries/cultures = different tastes? For me a lot of the Japanese snacks are either a lot sweeter or a lot more bitter than the ones they sell over here.

Yeah, this is aimed at kids for sure! I think every one of the "smaller" DIY kits I bought and reviewed are rather meant for children, such as the gummy set I did before this one. ;)
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Hmm... This is rather a little awkward, because none of Japanese beverages or even candy I've tried in my travel was that too sweet. But, judging from the package, I'm positive that taste was meant for kids who loves sweets. I kinda afraid buying those because I don't know their exact ingredients since it's in Japanese.
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He's a Youtuber ^^. And yea, he somewhat reviews them, although he never does them right... lol.
And your welcome. I just love it people review these ^^
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victorviper (2 anos atrás) #5069487I was just imagining what kind of chemical reaction causes the powder to gummy transformation. It kind of reminds me of making epoxy.

I have no clue...the green liquid was still very thin, but it had this weird foggy color. I think I don't even want to know what's in the ingredients. xD

eiszeitshinigami (2 anos atrás) #5069520Interesting. They kind of remind me of sour patch kids given their texture. Which reminds me..I still need to sit and make the doughnut one ^^;

Hrmm, never had those, they never sold them here. I guess they are likewise to our Dutch "zure matten" (sour mats) ---> i100.twenga.com... . xD

Are you planning on making a blog when you do the donut one?

Otaku4Ever (2 anos atrás) #5069671Sorry, this is somewhat irrelevant, but every time I see these kind of posts I get reminded of Shane Dawson >~<
But I absolutely love DIY kit posts ^^!


Sorry, but I have no clue who that is? ^^'' He also does videos/photo's/reviews with food?

And thanks! :) I love making them and writing about them. :)
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