What is a Japanese meal?

A Japanese meal is very different from what we know in Europe. In Japan they eat many small meals for dinner. A Japanese meal consists of 6-10 small dishes with seafood, rice, various vegetables and different kind of meat. All dishes which are very light in texture and is usually enjoyed over several hours. The Japanese are very and the work many hours per week more than we do. Like so many others many Japa ...

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Can you tell fish if a fish is fresh?

Unless you work in a fish shop or work daily with fish it can be hard to see when a fish is fresh. One area where you should not compromise on the freshness is the quality of fish. There are several reasons for this. Fish for sushi must 100 % fresh and fish taste absolutely fantastic. You will also avoid your guests or yourself get sick. At the course Advanced sushi you will get the opportunity to touch and ...

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How long does it take to learn to cut fish for sushi?

It depends whether it should be served at your own home or in a restaurant.If you are going to learn how to cut fish for sushi which can be served in a restaurant then it takes several years. There are not 2 fish species that are the same and here are also no 2 cutting techniques that are the same.One might think is not it just cutting some slices?Sushi should be a nice and delicate eat where the fish melts ...

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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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Japanese food stalls at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo

Japanese food stalls at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo At Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, you will find some small food stalls in the side streets, worshiping small dishes on the outside grill. It is dishes consisting of seafood such as squid, oysters and scallops. On the picture you can see a few oysters with sea urchins, a delicate eat in Japan. _ Zoë has held sushi courses and cooking classes for A. P. M ...

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Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo

_ Zoë has lectured and held sushi courses for A. P. Moller - Maersk, Hugo Boss Nordic, Novo Nordisk, Novartis, Velux, Gorrissen Federspiel, Beierholm revision, Elbek & Vejrup and many more. ...

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Japanese noodle soup lures on a busy winter day

You may know it.When I get home late in theafternoon it's not always that I just have time to spend a couple of hourscooking a tasty meal.An evening meal that I eat on adaily basis must be a easy to cook while it is still healthy, nutritious andtasty.On my many trips to Japan, Irepeatedly confirmed that Japanese noodle soup fits perfectly with the busylife. I prefer to eat a tasty Japanese noodle soup thati ...

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What is authentic Japanese sushi?

When you eat authentic Japanese sushi the food tastes a lot more. The different fish used for nigiri has much more flavor and the selection is much larger. There are several reasons for that and of course there is a difference between the fish used in Europe and Japan although there are from the same species. The environment and what the fish eat affects the taste and age of the fish. Sushi chef's knowledge ...

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Which Japanese Green tea is the most popular in Europe?

In 2004, I visited and trained in Japan for the first time. I visited a tea shop in Ikebukuro which is located in northern Tokyo. I Japan, there is a large selection of green tea that are divided into different grades and flavor nuances. Genmai-Cha as seen in the picture is the most popular type of tea among Europeans. It does not have such a strong taste. The other Japanese green tea varieties with Europea ...

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Therefore is the Japanese cuisine so healthy!

The Japanese cuisine is one of the healthiest cuisines in the world and there are several reasons for this. First of all there is less fat in food, what little fat there is in the food belongs to the healthy category inside for Omega 3. Dairy products are not included in the Japanese diet as we know it in Europe. The Japanese eat large amounts of vegetables, fish, shellfish and soybeans, raw materials that ...

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