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Pokemon Cookbook Lands in December: ‘Beetus, I Choose You!

by Shane McGlaun
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We love seeing weird foods around here, even if we are too squeamish to eat most of them. If you are a fan of weird food and Pokémon, we have a book that you will want to put on your Christmas list this year. The book is called Pokémon Cooking, at least as far as we can tell since the title is in Japanese with some English on the side.

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I hope that the recipes inside are available in English, since it’s launching here presumably we will be able to read it. The book officially launches December 6 and will have recipes for a Poke Ball sushi roll, Pikachu-style ramen, and mashed Meowth potatoes, among other delicacies.

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Clearly, there is some sort of a Pikachu cake in there as well. In all, the book will have 35 recipes based on some of the popular characters in the Pokémon realm. Be sure you share your creations with us.

[via That’s Nerdalicious]

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