Japanese Restaurant Unveils $110 Menu with Dirt as Star Ingredient

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/ January 26, 2013

A dirt-cheap childhood habit has now become a pricey entree.

Ne Quittez Pas, a Japanese restaurant in Tokyo, decided to add dirt to its $110 menu.

Rocket News 24 reveals the list of courses incorporating dirt as the star ingredient, like potato starch and dirt soup, salad with dirt dressing, dirt risotto, and dirt ice cream and dirt gratin for dessert.

The report says that “the food tasted so little of the earthiness I was expecting that I’d kind of forgotten about that ingredient,” also assuring that the soil is tested for its safety and purity.

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Via: Huffington Post