This ingredient is making Sushi restaurants burst into flames

That's right... and no, it's not the Wasabi it's the Tempura Flakes!!!!

"The flakes, used to give sushi rolls some crunch, are made by deep-frying batter, putting it through a colander, and letting the mixture rest in a bowl for hours, often overnight. She says the dense piles often do not allow heat to dissipate properly and they end up igniting after anywhere from three to 10 hours." Fire investigator Kara Nelson

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