Sushi Basic History Originated in China as fermented fish with rice and salt called Narezushi Narezushi was introduced to Japan in 300AD Evolved to fermenting with vinegar 14th century Sushi Rice Prep What you need Pyrex casserole dish Rice paddle or sturdy wood spatula Mix 1/2 cup Rice vinegar 2 teaspoons Sugar Dash of salt 2 cups water Prep Rice Distribute rice across Pyrex dish to help cool rice Ladle in ½ cup of the vinegar/water mixture Move paddle through the rice in ve
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Cold Noodles Summertime is the perfect time for cold noodles with dipping sauce or with sauce and vegetables. The Art of Slurping Slurping makes the noodle taste better Slurping multiplies the flavors of the soup and noodles Why? Taste and aroma make the noodle and sauce taste better Mouth Nose How?
Similar to how wine connoisseurs gurgle wine, sucking air through their mouths to force air into the nasal passage allowing the flavors to spread CLICK Image To Open Cold Noodle
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