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Japan’s Favorite Thick Noodles: Yakisoba

Knowing Healthy Yakisoba The name “yakisoba” translates to “fried buckwheat noodles” in Japanese, and the dish is one of Japan’s favorite and iconic foods. It is extremely popular beyond Japanese shores – from restaurants to supermarkets. Thanks to the multi-million giant,
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Healthy Shrimp: What Matters Is the Cooking Method

Counting Calories and Fat Content Shrimp is one of America’s favorite seafood. They are low in fat and calories and have a relatively neutral flavor that makes them a natural addition to salads, pastas, soups and stir-fried dishes.However, shrimp have a bad reputation for high
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The Cuttlefish: A Smart Delicacy That’s Not A Fish

A Close Cousin to The Octopus and The Squid Cuttlefish are related to the octopus and the squid and characterized by a thick internal calcified shell called the cuttlebone, however, they are soft-bodied. Approximately 100 species are known, ranging between 2.5 and 90 cm (1 to 35
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Mackerel: A Nutritious Storehouse of A Fish

A Highly Recommended Fish When your doctor recommends you a fatty fish diet to enhance your cardiovascular health, it will do you good to take it seriously. In fact, the American Heart Association actually recommends including at least two servings of fatty fish in your weekly
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Katsu and Karaage: What’s the Difference?

Two Delicious Ways of Chicken Katsu and Karaage both pertain to Japanese fried chicken. But they are not prepared the same way. Karaage is actually a Japanese technique of cooking meat, fish, especially chicken, that are deep fried in oil. Karaage chicken is generally popular,
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