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01-11-2017, 03:40 PM

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The title of this thread should be "Japanese Winter Foods loved by Foreign Chefs". Sorry for my thoughtless post.

It is no problem to share the Youtube link. I think links on the web are all free to share.

And I will add more explanations to the list of 20 foods later on.

Thank you for sharing!
You don't have to say you're sorry really you just made a very interesting thread ... you have no idea how many italian ppl asked me on the forum where I shared this more infos about how these food were cooked ... I translated as much as I coud. In particular a friend of mine was curious about mochi and she never heard buri daikon.
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01-11-2017, 03:44 PM

@sangetsu I dunno what oden is but form what I understand it seems quite similar to a dish we have here in the north of Italy ? it is called Boiled and it is made of boiling parts of a cow and is served with tomato sauce or mayonnaise.
Oden is something like that ?


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01-11-2017, 11:24 PM

Here is how you could cook the ODEN.



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Ah ok now I can see what oden is. Thanks


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02-10-2017, 03:34 PM

I already posted about the number one Japanese food "MOCHI".

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It is surprise for Japanese that the MOCHI is selected as number one by foreign chefs because it is very usual and never be thought that is attractive for foreign people.


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02-10-2017, 04:31 PM

BURI-DAIKON is made as family recipe. Very few restaurant serve BURI-DAIKON in Japan. So foreign visitors would not see BURI-DAIKON unless they were invited in Japanese family dinner.



As DAIKON has very thin taste, it absorbs taste of BURI and make some magic tricks.


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02-11-2017, 12:45 PM

#3 ODEN: I already posted in this thread.

#4 ANKOU-NABE:monk fish in hot-pot;

ANKOU(monk fish) lives in deep sea. When catched, ANKOU has very soft body and difficult to cook.

To discompose ANKOU, they use technique called "TSURUSHI-GIRI:cut in hanging".

WARNING:THIS MOVIE INCLUDES VERY GROTESQUE SCENES.



The chef cut off following parts from ANKOU;

1) fins
2) skins
3) gills
4) liver
5) water bag(stomac)
6) cloth(ovary)
7) meat

Once I experienced full course of ANKOU it means I ate all these parts. I like ANKOU liver (AN-KIMO in Japanese) but other parts are not to my taste.

How to make ANKO-NABE. Soup is made from ANKOU liver and MISO.



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02-11-2017, 01:21 PM

#5 KANI: crab

You will see eating raw crabs sometimes in Japan. But it is dangerous because raw crab might have parasites.



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02-12-2017, 03:42 PM

Very interesting all things that I didn't know ... it's great learning new things . Thank you RadioKid


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02-19-2017, 01:28 PM

6. AMA-ZAKE:甘酒;Sweet SAKE

AMA-ZAKE is soft drink with less than 1% of alcohol.

There are two ways to make AMA-ZAKE.

One is making AMA-ZAKE by shallow fermentation of steamed rice like as SAKE.

Another way to make AMA-ZAKE is making it by liquefying SAKE-KASU. KASU is slag in making SAKE. I mean the rest of fermented rice when pressed.



In this movie, a foreigner bought "SAKE-KASU" and enjoy it eating.



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