Facebook user Michael Kang posted this snippet of a candymaking video, which caught my eye:
Shiba Inus! I'm partial because I own two, one resembling the one in the candy. But the editing and fast-motion of the video above left out too many manufacturing steps for me; how the heck did they go from that huge roll to the tiny candy?
I found the source video, which is of Montreal-based confiserie CandyLabs showing you the entire manufacturing process--of what they refer to as Akita candy. (The Akita is the size "L" version of the Shiba, and the latter is my preferred breed so I'm sticking with my Fake News title for this entry.)