click to enlarge Whole Foods now carries the Japanese treat, mochi. It's been called the next macaron.

Whole Foods now carries the Japanese treat, mochi. It's been called the next macaron.

Saturday, April 1, 2017

To Mochi or Not to Mochi?

Whole Foods will help you decide.

Posted By on Sat, Apr 1, 2017 at 9:00 AM

The jury is still out on what I think of mochi, those little round balls of ice cream encased in a thin layer of soft dough made from rice. I have always thought ice cream was just fine on its own, in a bowl, in a cone or on a stick and covered in dark chocolate.

But Whole Foods Market is betting the rest of you will eat them up. They now have a self-serve freezer full of flavors like double chocolate, green tea, matcha green tea, black sesame, sweet mango, ripe strawberry, red bean, vanilla bean and Kona coffee. They’re $1.50 each or $10 for $12. The freezer is near the bakery department.

Whole Foods Market, 11173 W. Broad St.,Glen Allen, 364-4050, wholefoodsmarket.com.

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