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Cooking Japanese at Home

There's no need to go out when you can make your own restaurant-quality sushi, tempura, veggies and more

Tackling Japanese cuisine in your own kitchen might seem daunting if you've never rolled sushi or prepared tempura — and you might worry about needing specialty ingredients not stocked by your local grocery store. Fear not: With just a few basic ingredients such as miso and mirin, you can impart wonderful Japanese flavors to salads and sushi rolls, as well as some delicious fish dishes, described below. … Back to Article

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