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Japanese Food’s

Rice has been Japan’s most important crop. It’s fundamental importance to the country and its culture. The literal meaning of breakfast is “morning rice”.
A major rice variety used in Japan is mochi rice. Cooked mochi rice is more sticky than conventional Japanese rice, and it is commonly cooked mochi rice with red beans or for pounding into rice cakes.

 
Noodles often take the place of rice in a meal. They are featured in many soup dishes, or served chilled with a sauce for dipping.
Bread is not native to Japan and is not considered traditional Japanese food.

There are many dishes that are considered part of Japan’s national cuisine today –

Grilled and pan-fried dishes
Stewed dishes
Stir-fried dishes
Steamed dishes
Deep-fried dishes
Soups
Pickled, salted, and dressed foods 
 
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Posted by on December 28, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

First

The first people I will be addressing will be japanese people.

 
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INTRO

This is a blog where I will be guiding immigrants. This blog will help them survive and get information about America and assimilating to it.

 
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