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What’s the Difference between Soy Sauce?

Soy sauce (しょうゆ, 醤油, shoyu) is a standard seasoning in Japan and so many people consider it to be there favorite seasoning. Soy sauce is  the liquid which is squeezed out from fermented mixture of soybeans and wheat. Today, we can find it even at a local market all over the world. In this page, we will learn the difference between Japanese soy sauce, and useful information to compare the similar products. Table of Contents Categories and Tastes of Soy Sauces Koikuchi Soy Sauce (こいくちしょうゆ) Usukuchi Soy Sauce (うすくちしょうゆ) Tamari Soy Sauce (たまりしょうゆ) Saishikomi Soy Sauce (さいしこみしょうゆ) Shiro Soy Sauce (しろしょうゆ) The Information You Find on the Bottle of Soy Sauce …

What’s the difference between Miso Paste?

Do you know what Miso Paste is? Miso Paste (みそ, 味噌) is a traditional Japanese fermented seasoning. Globally, it’s drawing attention as a healthy food and now it’s easy to find miso paste options all over the world. In this page, you’ll get a better understanding of the information written on Miso Paste’s package and what you should compare when choosing what to buy at the market. Miso paste varies widely depending on the manufacturer, so it is very difficult to judge which one can be your favorite. I hope that this knowledge of analyzing English or Japanese information written on the package, will help you to decide what your …

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Culinary Grade VS Ceremonial Grade: Do different grades of Matcha taste different?

Culinary Grade and Ceremonial Grade, do those 2 grades of Matcha taste different? Yes! Absolutely different. By comparing the two grades of Matcha manufactured by the same company, Ceremonial Grade Matcha is sweeter than Culinary Grade Matcha. But I’m not sure if everyone loves Ceremonial Grade Matcha more than Culinary Grade Matcha. Especially, considering that Ceremonial Grade Matcha is far more expensive than Culinary Grade Matcha. When comparing the two grades of Matcha from the same manufacturer, Ceremonial Grade Matcha tastes more mild and delicate than Culinary Grade Matcha. Culinary Grade Matcha has a strong kick of bitterness. Taste Check #1: the Japanese Traditional Way First, I prepared each of them …

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How to Compare Matcha Green Tea Powder

There are so many Matcha green tea powders on the market! Do you understand how to choose the right Matcha for you? Here are useful topics and information on how to compare Matcha products. Table of Contents the REAL definition of Matcha Is your Matcha real? the Only Ingredient of real Matcha Difference between Culinary Grade and Ceremonial Grade Matcha Taste Nutrients Price Package Color Texture the Health Benefits of Matcha Green Tea  Effects of Theanine Effects of Catechin Related Videos  the REAL definition of Matcha Is your Matcha real? Do you truly know what Macha(抹茶) is? Is the Matcha in your hand REAL Matcha? …Maybe NOT! Shockingly, they say that …

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