Watch This Chef Make Sushi For His Cats
In Jun's Kitchen, anything goes! That includes making a sushi spread for some very well-behaved cats.
YouTube channel JunsKitchen explores all kinds of kitchen wizardry and most episodes feature his adorable ginger cats (and one black and white kitty).
The most recent video features Jun whipping up a sushi style meal for his cats. The cats, I must point out, are the most well-behaved cats in the history of cats. If I was chopping up CHICKEN and FISH in front of Thomas he would surely put himself in harm's way for a tasty morsel of meat. These cats simply sit at the counter, patiently waiting for their meal to be served.
In "Sushi For Cats," Jun cuts up some fish and transforms it into a fine paste, slices and dices a chicken breast into the same form, does something super science-y with a contraption I've never seen before, cuts up some edamame beans (which cleverly serves as a wasabi substitute), cooks everything in a metal steamer basket, and then expertly forms all the ingredients into a sushi look-alike that even a human would be remiss to not try and eat.
Jun does post a disclaimer in the "About" section of the video saying, "If you want to make a meal for your cats, please do research on which ingredients are okay to use. Also, make sure not to feed too much nor too often since it’s difficult to make a meal that are nutritious enough for cats."
Check out the full video here:
This channel is truly why they invented the term "YouTube black hole," (or wait, did I just invent that term?) because as you'll see, the sidebar is filled with other videos on this channel that ALSO FEATURE CATS (and cooking). In one video, Jun takes the cat to the store on his bike to purchase ingredients for the cooking video: