Onigiri is a ball of Japanese rice shaped into a ball, a triangle, or cylindrical, and wrapped in a sheet of dried seaweed (nori). The earliest record of onigiri being eaten in Japan goes as far back as the 11th Century. The circular shape was to allow them to be stacked on a plate, andContinue reading Onigiri – The Japanese sandwich
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!