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"An empty belly is the best cook."

greetings, earth!


This piece was inspired by one of my favourite animated movies of all time (next to Spirited Away, Despicable Me, Wreck-it Ralph, Up, Finding Nemo... wow there's actually quite a few). But, it's not often you can find a modern post-apocalyptic movie... delightful :) ...or is Warm Bodies a close one? I haven't seen it to know.

Wall-E is a simple empty robot at first glance, but fills you with wonder and love as he collects invaluable items the human world left aside, and of course, meets Eve. He's a hidden treasure! I wrapped minced meat in an egg sheet to form Wall-E's body and some remaining bits for his arms. Tofu is a different white from the rice so I shaped them into eyes and claws using a toothpick to imitate the screws in his binocular eyes. Eve's eyes were tricky because I wanted to imitate the glow using the shading of sliced asparagus - didn't have blue food material - nts. consider using food coloured tofu next time or something...

I fell in love with making bentos because it's easy to achieve a balanced meal with its small parts, and not waste meal leftovers - in fact, the more the better variety! ;)
This idea was adapted from Anna the Red :

& I made the bento my own (since I didn't have certain materials) as lunch for him :)

Toughest part? Seaweed tire treads - she shaped those tires so well!
Best part? Eve the quail egg

Bon Appetit! 


  1. Ohh my gosh, that's really cute! I love Wall-e, the animation movie is kind of super adorable. You shouldn't eat it, haha.

    Keep bloggin'
    Lots of love, Maho

  2. Aww that's so adorable! I'm a sucker for food and disney-cuteness so combining them? Pure genius!

    Bella | BELLAETC

  3. That is amazing! I wouldn't want to eat it since it looks so pretty lol.

  4. Cute blog you got here x

    Check out my new blog if you got time :)


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