Business tycoon Anand Mahindra keeps us entertained with his interesting tweets covering myriad topics, many of which include food. Whether it is about raising awareness about adulterated honey or just talking about unusual dishes, his Twitter account reflects his love for food. In a recent tweet, Anand Mahindra expressed his wish for ordering Japanese food but was discouraged by a toddler who tasted wasabi for the first time and dissed it right away. The hilarious baby video is too cute to miss.
Anand Mahindra posted a funny video showing a toddler in the middle of his meal when his mother asks him to try wasabi. "Do you want to try it?" the woman asks and the baby replies in a stern 'no' but she still makes him smell it. After realising that the baby is not really resisting it, the woman puts a small bite of the wasabi in his mouth, to which the poor baby cries out 'help'.
Here's the tweet with the baby video:
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Was going to order Japanese takeout food this evening...But I've changed my mind after seeing this. I'm laughing too hard to eat... pic.twitter.com/seM9fXb8io— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) February 27, 2021
The child's reaction to Japanese-special wasabi changed Anand Mahindra's mind about ordering Japanese food. On the post, he wrote: "Was going to order Japanese takeout food this evening...But I've changed my mind after seeing this. I'm laughing too hard to eat..."
For the unversed, wasabi is a paste-like condiment used commonly in Japanese cuisine and is paired with dishes like sushi. It is overtly pungent and spicy, and its powerful flavours hit one's nose and throat strongly in the very first bite. Want to know more about it? Click this link here.
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