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Japanese cooking

Noodles known and unknown

Not only tea

Unusual Goodies

DESSERTS

GLOSSARY

JAPANESE PRODUCTS IN JAPAN

AND THE JAPANESE BEER

A few introductory words about Japanese cooking

The art of cooking is one of the oldest forms of art, an integral part of the cultural heritage of mankind. It appeared, obviously, when someone managed to make fire and roast a piece of meat. You could say that cooking was born around the campfire of prehistoric man. But thousands of years passed before the cooking really became an art.

The art of cooking is to cook healthy and tasty food. Healthy food should contain all necessary to sustain life, but it must be delicious, to give pleasure, to enjoy the process of eating.

Each nation has developed its own national cuisine. It differs from other not only by specific food, but also the ability to give the borrowed your unique taste. While cooking, perhaps the most moving part of national culture. But the interpenetration, mutual does not destroy national identity.

Japanese culinary tradition is very different not only from European but also from neighboring Asian, for example Chinese. First of all, she shows the utmost respect for the pristine appearance of products that are definitely high – quality. Demanding that the Japanese attitude to food is in line with national traditions Continue reading

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