Closer look at several sushi rice substitution that fit multiple needs: availability replacement, nutrition concern, starch dieting, etc.
Food & Drink
Our Top Picks' selection, guides, and review on the most interesting food and drinks that we encounter across multiple cultures and regions: Vietnamese, Japanese, American, Chinese, etc.
Also including are some of our general guideline and video on certain food/drink making techniques and introduction to handy tools that we normally use.
Green vegetables contain lots of vitamins and minerals like A, B, C, E, K, protein, calcium, etc. Follow our list on 15 nominal green vegetables to learn of their benefits.
Noodles have been one of staple foods in many Asian countries since ancient time with lots of variety. Read our guides with introduction to several common Asian noodles, their usage, handling technique plus our pick on some of the best distinctive flavor Asian noodle bowls.
Do you love smoothie but are milk-allergic or on a dairy-free diet? Maybe your fridge just ran out of Greek yogurt? There are many ingredients that you could use to replace yogurt and still achieve that smooth, creamy, and thick smoothie.
Details on many ways to make maki sushi roll, with a bamboo rolling mat, towel, sushi bazooka, or a mold. Sushi roll recipes are included.
There are a variety of roes types that commonly used in Japanese cuisines, those included: masago, tobiko, ikura, uni, kazunoko, mentaiko, and ebiko. Among those, masago and tobiko are the most frequently used and often be confused about.
Contains details on different types of sushi, their technique, ingredients specialty, garnish, and condiment plus a list of American top favorite sushi.
We tend to focus so much on the foods we can’t eat that we forget to focus on the ones that can change our lives for the better. Take a look at the following 10 foods that you should be eating every day.
For ideas on produce that’s easy to store, check out this list of fruits and vegetables that don’t need to be refrigerated to be fresh and delicious.
Tofu, also called bean curd by some, is the product of the coagulating soy milk in thin fabric covered molding to form edible blocks/rows. The result, depend on desired hardness, will be pressed to remove excess level of water.