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A friend commented to me once “it doesn’t seem like Japanese people like to eat leafy salad. It’s either potatos or cabbage.” “I love Japanese potato salad,” I replied “so it’s fine.” “No it’s not, to be called a salad, there has to be more green things in it!” She replied. So my friend’s a […]…
If there’s one ingredient I’d pick that I can’t live without, it has to be tofu. Tofu, for those of you who are new to Asian cuisine, is made from coagulating (or curdling) soy milk from soy beans and then pressing the curd into blocks (it’s like cheese, except born from soy beans instead of […]…
Japanese is probably my favourite type of cuisine, although I eat and like pretty much everything since I’m such a glutton. 😛 There’s just so many dishes that I crave for all the time like the tonkatsu I mentioned in yesterday’s post, and the various sushi posts I’ve had in the past, even udons, sukiyaki, […]…