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These Japanese Chocolate Slices Are the Culinary Innovation the World Didn’t Know It Needed

Greatest thing since ... you know.
Greatest thing since ... you know.

What kind of person has time to unscrew a jar of Nutella and spread on chocolate these days? Enter these things: the Kraft singles of insta-dessert. They’re the work of a Japanese candy company called Bourbon. This confectioner sells bulk packs that each contain 60 thin, flat squares of nama, a legendary chocolate in Japan, for about $27, but after a Twitter user demonstrated the two completely effortless steps required to make a grilled chocolate sandwich, it caused a run on the product, and now it’s sold out:

The shape, though, is apparently down for whatever. Like just poking out of a crêpe:

Photo: Bourbon

Or melted onto a pancake:

Photo: Bourbon

Or — oh fudge, Edible Arrangements is closed! No biggie:

Photo: Bourbon

[Bourbon via RocketNews24]

Here’s Chocolate Sliced Like Kraft Singles