Sushi course for beginners

Sushi course for beginners is a course for people who want to learn how to make different kinds of delicious Japanese sushi. In the long run you can save money by making your own sushi. You learn how to boil the perfect sushi rice. You learn about the Japanese ingredients used for sushi. You learn about what you should be aware of when buying fish from the fishmonger. You learn to make several different kin ...

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March Sushi course for beginners April Sushi course for beginners May Sushi course for beginners June Sushi course for beginners You can find more information about the courses and lectures on the website _ Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller - Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Accenture audit Elbek & Vejrup and many more. Gem Gem Gem Gem ...

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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 ...

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Traditional Japanese dishes for beginners

Traditional Japanese dishes for beginners course is for people who have a desire to learn how to make various traditional Japanese dishes.On the course you are introduced to healthy Japanese everyday dishes which offers lots of color, taste and the secret to the Japanese long life. You learn about the Japanese ingredients such as mirin and cooking sake used in authentic Japanese cooking. You get knowledge o ...

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What makes vegetarian sushi great?

Vegetarian Sushi is an undervalued dish. Vegetables have so many fine flavors depending the season they picked. By using different techniques one can highlight their flavor, crispness and fine texture. Read more about Vegetarian sushi for beginners _ Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller - Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, E ...

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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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Japanese noodle soup for beginners

Japanese noodle soup for beginners is a course for people who want to learn how to make the Japanese preferred eating the noodle soup ramen. You learn how to make healthy and tasty noodle soups that match a busy day. You get to know the Japanese ingredients used to make a Japanese noodle soup from scratch. You learn about which noodles are best suited for the different soups. You learn to make 2 tasty and h ...

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Which chopsticks are best for sushi?

Most sushi restaurants in Denmark use disposable chopsticks. In many Danish homes there are plastic chips. In Japan, chopsticks are an important cutlery and the Japanese are very conscious about what they are using to eat their food with. Basically, all Japanese food in the Japanese homes is eaten with high quality wood chopsticks. Chopsticks made in an organic material lift the gastronomic experience in a ...

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Does Japanese sushi taste very different?

Yes, it does.Here the other day I ate sushi which was made in a Danish sushi restaurant.Basically, the food tasted different because other ingredients are used. Denmark is also one of the countries where different kinds of topping are used on the sushi pieces.Although I ate sushi with topping, the food had a less flavor than the sushi I make and which is typically served in Japanese restaurants. It is despi ...

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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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