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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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Introduction to Sushi Bar Dining in Bellevue

Up Close and Personal at the Sushi Bar Perhaps you’ve tried eating at a regular Japanese restaurant. Liking the experience but not knowing really much, here you are to take on the Sushi Bar by yourself. You don’t need to worry because chefs at the sushi bar are known to be
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How the Japanese Became Obsessed with Meat

From Vegetarian to Meat-Loving in Japan Reports say that in 1939 in Japan, the average Japanese eats just 0.1 ounce of meat a day. It was also the yearly average. These days, the Japanese meat consumption of the average person has gone up to 4.7 ounces and pork is the preferred
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Japanese Dishes of No Japanese Origins

Cuisine Enriched History tells us that prior to the 16th century Japan was closed to the world. For 200 years Japan isolated herself from foreign intrusion and influence. By the 16th century she began trading with Portugal and it was the start of western influence. And so it was
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