Soba is a type of Japanese noodle that are made of buckwheat. They are often more of a grey colour, as opposed to noodles like udon and ramen. Soba is enjoyed eaten hot or cold, and is a staple dish to have on New Years Eve. It’s a good source of Vitamin B1, known as Thiamine,Continue reading New Years Soba
Tea is a staple in Japanese culture, having been a prominent aspect of everyday life for over 1000 years, even having a ceremony dedicated to the making, serving, and consumption of it. In Japan tea is just as common in Japan as it is to have a fizzy drink or soda. Hot and cold teaContinue reading Japanese tea is the best tea!
Natto is a historical dish in Japan, it’s been a staple of Japanese breakfasts for over 1000 years. These fermented soybeans are often eaten with soy sauce and Japanese mustard with rice, I personally love to have it with kimchi(spicy fermented Korean cabbage and radish). I’ve eaten natto since I was a child, and myContinue reading Natto: Smelly soybeans!
I love rice. I’ve eaten Japanese white rice since I was a child, and it’s a staple in my diet. My mother would tell me to eat brown rice instead because it’s healthier, but I always preferred the taste and texture of white rice more. I’ve heard many people talk about preferring white or brownContinue reading Mum says brown rice is better!