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When I was a child, my grandma used to buy bunches of hot pepper plants with roots still … More
Early summer when arugula is abundant, quick sauteed arugula with soy sauce can make easy … More
Umeboshi is salted and dried fruit of Prunus mume, which is a family of apricots, even … More
Coffee in Japan tastes really good. It’s not my national prejudice, because I heard the … More
Suribachi and surikogi are Japanese version of mortar and pestle with ridges. They are one … More
Saibashi is a pair of cooking chopsticks. They are made of bamboos, and much longer than … More
Soba noodles (buckwheat noodles) are common grocery items in Japan, but buckwheat flour … More
Aburaage is one of the soy products. It is thinly sliced and deep fried tofu in short (You … More
Shishito peppers look like green chili peppers, but they are not hot. I am so happy to … More
Kinzanji miso is side dish miso. It's not for miso soup, even though it can be used for … More
We can buy miso easily at Japanese grocery stores or health food stores. But I heard that … More
Regular miso we usually use for miso soup are made from soy and/or grains. The condiment … More
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