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The mochi in this adorable little package is dried, and so needs to be rehydrated before eating (or it will taste like a wax crayon). Break the mochi on the 4 score lines and place on a baking sheet. You will get a total of eight pieces. The mochi will swell up so make sure the pieces are well separated. Preheat the oven to 425 and bake 8-12 minutes, or until the mochi is puffy and golden. Eat with a dip such as soy sauce or ponzu; also nice with a sweet such as jam or syrup. Would also be nice in soup. I dock a point because it is a bit expensive for what it is, because it is a seasonal item, though, it is very cute, and another point because the packaging diagrams imply you can just eat it as it is. Learn from my experience: cook it first, heh! Also, if the bear was a cellphone strap or a charm, it would be useful. I used the packaging to make a scarf for the bear that I could use to attach it to my window pull, but if it was designed that way to begin with it would be a much nicer item overall.