Vegetarian sushi for beginners

Vegetarian sushi for beginners is a course for people who do not like fish, would like a "green" day or are vegetarian. You learn about the vegetables that are best suited for sushi. You become aware of the Japanese cooking techniques used when making vegetarian sushi. You get to know how to prepare vegetables and other ingredients in the best way. You learn step-by-step to make futomaki, hoso-maki, inside- ...

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Which criteria is the most important thing when Japanese buy sushi in Tokyo?

Every year I travel to Brussels in December and spend a few days in the company a delgation of high-grade Japanese Kendo teacher. A couple of years ago I asked them, What is the most important thing when you buy sushi? They all said that sushi rice cooked to perfection is the most important thing for them. None of them are interested in eating sushi rice which has a consistency like pudding. They are also n ...

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Lecture and tasting of sake, Kun-shu

Lecture and tasting of sake, Kun-shu is an event for people who wants to expand and her about which the sake that tastes best in the category Kun-shu. You learn about the different types of sake that exist within the category Kun-shu. You’ll learn about the most common brewing method for these types of sake. You get knowledge of what distinguish the different types of sake from each other. You get the secre ...

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Japanese vegetarian dishes for beginners

Japanese vegetarian dishes for beginners a course for people who want new inspiration in the vegetarian kitchen. The course introduces you a selection of delicate and tasty Japanese dishes for vegetarians. You learn about the Japanese vegetarian cuisine which offers many tasty and unique dishes. You get to know what to look for when you buy tofu and other materials. You learn to prepare different kinds of v ...

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Advanced sushi course

Advanced sushi course  is for people who want to immerse yourself in the different techniques used to make nigari. You learn to filet a Danish fish in quality that is suitable for nigiri. You learn to use several cutting techniques to handle different kinds of fish. You get you existing techniques nigiri horned. You train different cutting techniques and hand techniques. Read more about Advanced sushi cours ...

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Tsukiji Fish Market is a very popular area in Tokyo

The Japanese appreciate high quality food and they love fresh raw materials which you can enjoy 6 days a week. Right next to the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo there are a couple of small pedestrian streets with many small restaurants, food stalls and specialty stores. It is a cozy busy area where there is life from early morning until around 11:00 AM. In those few hours where the eateries open there will be ...

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Privat lessons: Sushi course deluxe

Sushi course deluxe is a course tailored to your needs and your desires, where I come to your place and teach a course to a small group of people. You learn about Japanese traditions and what makes Japanese sushi uniqu You get an insight into how rice is boiled using Japanese techniques. You learn about what you should be aware of when you make sushi with different kinds of raw fish. You learn step-by-step ...

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News from the Japanese kitchen

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Lecture: How to reach your goals

How to your goals is a lecture for those who is longing to create results as a top athlete. At the lecture you will hear Improve your focus Expand your comfort zone Learn to deal with your own fears Strengthen your inner balance And more Enjoy two hours of inspiring and interesting lecture that lets you experience many aha-moments and provides you with many tools. Reference BM (Japan) Fuglesanggården Please ...

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In the Japanese kitchen there is no food waste!

In Europe and the rest of the world there is food waste. By that, I mean there are raw materials being thrown out and I am not talking about raw materials where the expiry date is over. The Japanese cuisine is quite unique. There is tradition for using every part of the animal in cooking. Take for example a fish. In the Japanese eyes, the head, finder, skins and legs can be used in food lavage. Yes, even th ...

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