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Recipe : Daigaku Imo

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make Daigaku Imo. Daigaku means “university” and Imo means “potato” in general. During this video, I introduce the story behind this unique name and also some tips and useful techniques to make delicious Daigaku Imo. Enjoy!

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Baby Food In Japan (5-6 Months) Vol.3

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Japanese baby food (vol.3). This time, I will introduce how to make baby food with using tofu and fish. (Let’s say protein recipes for baby!) As for fish, I use cod fish and shirasu. Shirasu is the generic name for juvenile sardines, sand lances, and herring. These are eaten in a variety of ways in Japan, such as boiled, dried, and raw with soy sauce. I also use somen noodles this time. Somen is thinner noodle than Udon and it’s easy to cook and eat. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out!
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Recipe : Yakitori

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Yakitori with using Yakitori Kit from Toriko. Toriko is a Japanese premium yakitori restaurant and they produced Yakitori Kit “Veranding Toriko” recently. I ordered a month ago and it finally arrived! During this video, you will see what’s in the Yakitori Kit and how to eat Yakitori properly. Enjoy the video!
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Baby Food In Japan (5-6 Months) Vol.2

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make baby food (vol.2). In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. Since my previous Japanese baby food recipe video was so popular, I decided to film another video. This time, I introduce porridge recipes with using rice and bread . (I use roll bread in the video but you can use white bread as well! )
I made this video to introduce Japanese baby food but please try making rice porridge when you have less appetite or feel like healthy & light meal!

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Recipe : Japanese-style Hamburg Steak

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make Japanese-style Hamburg Steak and also Ponzu. For topping, I put shiso (Japanese basil), grated daikon radish and long onion. At the end, pour the ponzu at the end. In my family recipe, I use shiitake mushroom and its soup. Please enjoy this recipe video and try it out!

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Recipe : Potato Salad

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In this recipe video, I will introduce how to make potato salad with using homemade Japanese mayonnaise. During this video, I will share some tips to make creamy but flavorful potato salad and also how to customize for veggie option. Enjoy this video and please try it out!

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Recipe : Japanese Mayonnaise

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make “Japanese Mayonnaise”. Japanese mayonnaise is a bit different from other Mayonnaises. Would you like to know the difference? Please watch this video and try it out! (At the end of the video, I will introduce the Mayonnaise section at the Japanese supermarket!)

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Recipe : Chawanmushi (Steamed Egg Custard)

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make Chawanmushi (Steamed Eggs Custard). This is very delicate savory egg pudding with lots of fillings. There are several tips that I want to share! Enjoy the video at the end and please try it out!!!

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Recipe : Vegan Nikujaga

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In this recipe video, I will show you how to make “Vegan Nikujaga”. Nikujaga is easy, simple and popular stew with using Japanese beef. Since There are various recipes depending on the families. (I put my Nikujaga recipe here.) Since Nikujaga is so common and iconic Japanese home meal, I’ll try with different cooking style! So in this video, I use wheat gluten to make vegan version Nikujaga. Enjoy this video and try it out!
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Baby Food In Japan (7-8 Months) Vol.1

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In this vlog, I will introduce Baby food (7-8 months) in Japan. In Japan, babies start eating baby food around 5 months old. As a mom of 2 children, I’ve been enjoying making baby food (and also kids meal) for almost 5 years now. My daughter became 8 months old so I decided to film what she eats now. I hope you enjoy watching this video and try it out!
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