Jiang Cai Cai’s edible art is the best thing since sliced bread.
Using sweet potatoes, yams, bean paste, cream and other ingredients in her kitchen, Jiang makes spectacular art on toast.
To create her delicate works, the talented artist uses those food items as well as different kinds of potatoes, carrots and beetroot. She then boils them and mashes them, before gently transferring them to her sliced bread.
She also sometimes uses food colouring to get the exact colour she wants.
Jiang's unusual skill has seen her rack up more than 30 000 followers on Instagram and her YouTube channel has more than 200 subscribers.
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Each unique piece takes mere minutes to create. Jiang’s work is centred around nature, with much of her artwork featuring flowers, leaves and insects.
Her more intricate pieces, like the birthday cake she made for her mother-in-law, can take more than five hours to decorate.
Given that she only uses plants and bread for her art, her work has become popular with vegetarians especially.
Not much is known about the Chinese artist, who's also a brilliant sculptor – she makes pieces out of clay before painting them by hand.
But despite her many talents, it’s her edible art that’s gone viral.
Sources: dailymail.co.uk, instagram.com,