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Do You Know the Varieties of Nabemono, the Japanese Hot Pot?

19 Mar

Nabemono or nabe is a term that alludes to all varieties of Japanese stew dishes. Nabe means “casserole” and nabe means things. Most Nabemono is made up of stews and soups eaten during the colder seasons.    Casseroles are usually made of clay or thick cast iron. They are typically placed in the center of […]

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Japanese‌ ‌Vegetables‌ ‌in‌ ‌March‌

3 Mar

Japanese cuisine is well known for its use of fresh vegetables in season. In March, both spring cabbage and broccoli are used in a wide variety of Japanese dishes, and they also have a lot of flavor and health benefits.   Vegetables in March   Among the many different types of cabbage in Japanese cuisine, […]

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Japanese Curry: The Ultimate Guide

27 Feb

Japan is a vast country, ranging through diverse climates from north to south. So that regional cuisine varies widely depending on the local food sources available. Nowhere is this more exemplified than in Japan’s regional curries.   Curry in Japan   Curry in Japan is similar to Western-style curries. It is so mild that it’s […]

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6 Steps to Enjoy Ramen Noodles

25 Feb

  What is ramen? It is a bowl of wheat noodle soup prepared with an aromatic broth and accompanied by different ingredients such as vegetables, meat, fish, and eggs, among others.   Today we will give you a small guide on how to eat ramen noodles    Steps to eating Ramen   1-Untangle the Noodles […]

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Japanese Breakfast: Reasons to Start Your Day with It

18 Feb

The Japanese diet, in general, is characterized by being a healthy one. That is why it is believed that Japan is the country with more centenaries in the world (there are about 70,000 registered). According to data from the WHO, its life expectancy is the highest on the planet.   Japanese breakfast     The […]

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Japanese Vegetables in February

6 Feb

February is the month when Japan slowly begins to say goodbye to winter with the celebration of the Setsubun, and was the plums start to bloom.   As always, there are festivities and specific things to do during each month and each season.   Vegetables in February   Onions and avocados are in season in […]

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Check These 5 Peruvian Appetizers for a Party

29 Oct

A good guest table doesn’t look right without tasty flavors and colorful appetizers. Here you have a selection of 5 easy Peruvian appetizers for guests and parties with which to surprise without much work and with simple ingredients.   5 Peruvian appetizers   Fresh Ceviche   This is Peru’s national dish. Ceviche is a dish […]

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First Cultures that Influenced Peruvian Cuisine

26 Sep

The great variety of the Peruvian gastronomy is sustained in three sources: the particularity of the geography of Peru, the mixture of cultures, and the adaptation of millenary cultures to the modern kitchen.   There was a series of migrations from diverse origins that integrated their traditions to the already local culinary dynamics. China, Japan, […]

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Italian Influence in Peruvian Food

24 Sep

As we have already mentioned before, Peru has the significant characteristic of sharing several influences in its cuisine, from African, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and the Italian influence, which we will discuss today.   Italian cuisine is recognized worldwide for being very varied, which influenced Peruvian cuisine and its culinary style.     Read on and learn […]

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Best Methods for Low-Fat Cooking

27 Jun

Low-fat cooking must be integrated into our lives; of course, we can skip the diet and eat sweeter or fatter food, life should not be that strict, but for our daily intake, a healthy and low-fat diet is the best way to keep our body active and fit. For that reason, learning how to cook […]

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