Learn to make sushi like Japanese sushi chefs

Sushi is not just sushi. There is a big difference between the sushi served in Danish sushi restaurants and what is being made at Japanese sushi restaurants in Tokyo. More and more travel to Japan and experience the closest team how Japanese sushi cakes make delicious and tasty sushi. You now have the opportunity to learn here in Denmark. The Japanese-trained Sushi chef & Sake Sommelier Zoë Escher has 1 ...

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What is Japanese chefs view of food waste?

Japanese chefs have a different view of raw materials. Basically, nothing is thrown out. Everything, according to Japanese chefs can be tasty snacks or dishes by using different Japanese cooking techniques. Some years ago, I visited the exclusive Sushi Restaurant, named Kyubey, located in Ginza in Tokyo. I ordered a sushi menu consisting of a miso soup, a small starter, the chef's selection of nigiri and a ...

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Is there any vegetarian sushi in Japan?

There is vegetarian sushi in Japan. Japanese sushi chefs are used to using local produce when making sushi. In Japan there are fish and vegetables that you cannot get in Europe. In comparison to vegetarian sushi, Japanese sushi rolls typically contain different kinds of raw materials other than found in sushi restaurants in Europe. Japanese vegetarian roll can, for example, contain Shiitake mushrooms or Jap ...

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Are there any advantages to using Japanese ingredients?

Without a doubt yes. Ingredients have different flavors and taste according to the world they come from. The fewest are aware that Japan, Korea and China produce seaweed to sushi. Here I think the variety used to produce the tang, the taste and the quality. The same applies when it comes to pickled ginger, soy sauce and vinegar. Sushi is a nice and delicate eating so it is worth paying to buy ingredients th ...

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Japanese smoothie course

Japanese smoothie course is for people who want to boost their health with nutritious and healthy Japanese smoothies. You get an easier alternative to eating 600 vegetables and fruit a day. You learn about the Japanese raw materials used to make smoothie. You learn to make smoothie that follows the season for ingredients. You learn to make 3 delicate and tasty smoothies. Read more about Japanese smoothie co ...

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Japanese donburi with tuna

In 2013 I made this beautiful fisherman called doburi. The dish looks very simple, but it is certainly not. If you make a dish that is so simple then the sushi rice must be cooked to perfection. The tuna must be equally large and cut on such that the slices are silky and melt in the mouth. Needless to say, you must handle the cutting techniques used to cut tuna. _ Zoë has held sushi courses and cooking clas ...

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How the Japanese fish monger keeps fish in Tokyo

The Japanese have some strict rules for handling fish. On the cooking class I teach I follow the Japanese rules which are more strictly than the Danish rules. I do this for the health of the students. It does matter how fish are stored. All fish species have their own bacteria and to prevent the different bacteria from being transferred to each other, it is best to keep fish separate. In Japan, it is not en ...

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What does the future look like for the tuna used for sushi?

1-0 to JAPAN. I knew that day would come. The tuna used for sushi is threatened and most people are aware of that. Whole Food in the United States now wants to sell a replacement product for the tuna in their stores. Japan has bred the tuna in recent years. In June, I was told that the quality of farmed tuna is better than the tuna caught in the sea. The farmed tuna is at the moment sold only for sushi rest ...

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Celebration and warm soups that whine on a cold autumn eve

The Japanese cuisine is so large that it offers a wealth of tasteful styles and dishes. It's a style for any occasion, but dishes also fit the weather's many. The Japanese weather is more varied than the weather in Denmark. The Japanese winter is very cold and the summer months are very hot. In addition, there is high humidity in the summer. In addition the Japanese weather also characterized by rainy seaso ...

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What is Japanese chef’s view of animals?

In Japan, the Japanese population and Japanese chefs have a different view of animals. In Japan, the Japanese will only eat meat from happy animals. If the animal in question is not happy, the Japanese will not eat it. In addition, it is very normal to use the whole animal for cooking. If you take for example a fish it is normal that all parts close to what is in the intestines are used in Japanese cuisine. ...

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