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A Guide to Japanese Food Culture

A Guide to Japanese Food Culture

Food Asia, Food cultures
If one were to ask around what Japanese food is, the vast majority would probably answer sushi. And yes, Tokyo is actually sushi's home town, but Japanese food is still so much more than that! There are noodle dishes in plenty, deep-fried foods such as kushiage and tempura, okonomiyaki which is like a Japanese equivalent of pizza, a schnitzel-like dish of tonkatsu, chicken skewers, casseroles of all kinds, and the list could be made endless. If you enjoy cooking and are interested in how the food culture can differ from one country to another, you should definitely take and study Japanese cuisine more closely. Japanese cuisine culture The country's cooking has always been characterized by a number of very important principles, some of which are; the care of the different primar...
A Guide to Thai Food Culture

A Guide to Thai Food Culture

Food Asia, Food cultures
Thai food culture Thai cuisine offers tasty, and often but not always spicy, foods where the ingredients should be fresh and fresh with a base in meat, fish, seafood, and vegetables. Inspiration comes from other Asian countries and to Sweden, Thai cooking is said to have come in the 1980s. Common ingredients in Thai food culture Tastes and methods in Thai cooking originate from other Eastern countries. Many spices come from India and frying and frying are originally from China. The spicy food gained momentum during the 16th century when missionaries from Portugal brought chili from South America to Thailand. Some of the most common ingredients in Thai cooking are bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, celery, fish sauce, coconut milk, ginger, rice, noodles, shrimp paste, turmeric, lemong...