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Bien sûr que je suis un monstre Ramen. Presque jusqu'à 200ramens en 2017. Pas seulement des ramens, mais aussi de quoi manger et boire autour.
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Japanese Fruits: Here Are The Main Ones

There are varieties of fruits in Japan, some of which are found only here, and others that have become known abroad as well. From the famous Fuji apple to the much more obscure yuzu lemon here's a list of typical Japanese fruits.

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Ume Plums: How Can I Eat Them?

Japanese ume plums, which are actually apricot, are an important ingredient in Japanese cuisine. Here's a list of ways you can try ume plums and some recipes too!

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Soy Sauce Eggs: Super Easy Recipe

Have you ever tried soy sauce eggs? They're super easy to make and also delicious. This will be the simplest recipe you can add to your Japanese recipes list.

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Soy Sauce Salmon: Soy Glazed Salmon Recipe!

Tired of eating your salmon simply grilled? If so, how about using some soy sauce to add a Japanese taste to your salmon? Check out the post for a great tasting salmon recipe!

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5 Things About Miso You Need To Know

How much do you know about miso? Perhaps you know it's an ingredient you need when making a miso soup, but do you know what miso really is and how much it is beneficial to your health? If not, go through this post to get answers to your questions.

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5 Things You Want To Know About Dashi

Dashi is a fundamental ingredient you cannot go without when making any Japanese dishes. Dashi is basically a soup full of umami flavor. You boil typical ingredients such as kombu seaweed, dried sardines, katsuobushi flakes and other things to make it. Here's everything you want to know about dashi.

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5+1 Things To Know About Soy Sauce (Japanese Shoyu)!

Shoyu, aka soy sauce, is nowadays an ingredient used globally not only in Japan. Maybe you might have your own bottle of soy sauce in your kitchen. But do you really know what you're using? Are you fully making use of them? Well, here are all the answers below.

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Suntory Beers: Want Something Fresh And New?

Suntory Beer brewery has recently has a boom for its product "The Premium Malts". The pilsner styled product is just so easy to drink, whether you are a big beer drinker or not. They also offer a "new genre" (beer-tasting alcohol beverages) of products, which are super popular! If you want to try something new, try the Suntory drinks!

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Kirin Beer: One Of Japan's Most Popular. Have You Ever Tried It?

Famous for its unique label with a legendary creature, Kirin Beer has been one of the top-ranked beer brewing companies in Japan for decades. Kirin has a wide variety of beers. Hope you can find your favorite!

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Asahi Beer: The Super Dry You Need To Try

Asahi beer is always one of the favorite beer brands among all Japanese beer supporters. The "Asahi Super Dry" once became a boom in Japan when it was launched and even nowadays too. Interested in the Super Dry you need to Try? Give a look at this post for everything you want to know about!

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