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Soy Sauce Reviews

Soy sauce is one of the most famous oriental seasoning. Anybody can buy soy sauce at regular grocery stores outside of Japan. On this page, Kansai Chick will give reviews of Japanese soy sauce that can be found at the local market. There is also useful information and a FAQ about soy sauce in this website. If you are interested in the details such as the types and the differences or the explanations of some additives, please follow the links below. Categories and Tastes of Soy Sauces FAQs about Soy Sauce Table of Contents Kikkoman Regular Soy Sauce Review Kikkoman Tamari Soy Sauce Review Kikkoman Organic Soy Sauce Review Yamasa Less Sodium …

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 …

Miso Paste Reviews

On-line or at the market, we can find many miso paste products. In this page, Kansai Chick will give reviews of miso paste that found at the local market. There is also a lot of useful information and FAQ about miso paste in this website. If you are interested in the details, please follow the links below. What’s the difference between Miso Paste? FAQs about Miso Paste Table of Contents Hikari Organic White Miso Review Marukome Boy Awase Miso Paste Review Hanamaruki Soybean Paste Red Type Review Hanamaruki Soybean Paste White Type Related Videos Hikari Organic White Miso Review This is a white miso paste of Hikari Miso. Hikari Miso is …

How to Make Lower Sodium Healthy Miso Soup

Miso Soup is a very healthy food that’s been proved by so many studies. But I bet that a lot of people didn’t bother trying it because of the high sodium content that’s contained in Miso Paste. In this page I’ll show you how to make lower sodium healthy Miso Soup. Table of Contents Why is Miso “Healthy Food” even if it’s Very Salty? How to Reduce Sodium of Your Miso Soup Use Natural Japanese Broth When Making Miso Soup Add More Ingredients and Make Less Soupy Add Potassium-rich Foods Cook Ingredients Before Adding Miso Paste Don’t Boil After Adding Miso Paste Related Videos Why is Miso “Healthy Food” even if it’s …

Calbee “Jagarico” Potato Stick Review

Jagarico (じゃがりこ, Jagariko, Jyagariko, Jyagarico) is popular potato snack in Japan. It is a bunch of crispy and crunchy sticks in a cup. This steamed, mushed, strained, shaped and deep fried potatoes are very flavorful and so many people love there strong crispy texture. The maker Calbee released more than 100 different flavors since 1995. There are the Regular Flavors which we can find in Japan all the time, but most of flavors are sold for limited time. Table of Contents Jagarico Trivia Why did they name it “Jagarico”? What is the 100th Flavor? What is Satsumarico? Jagarico Reviews by Kansai Chick Salad Jagarico Review Cheese Jagarico Review Butter Jagarico …

Jagarico Review

How to Make Japanese DASHI Broth Easily: Fish & Kelp Soup Stock

Boil water, add 2 ingredients and let it sit. Anybody can make a healthy Japanese traditional soup stock “Dashi” at home! Here are all details that will help you. Table of Contents What is Dashi? Ingredients for Rich Japanese Broth How to Find Good Niboshi (small dried sardines) How to Find Good Kombu (dried kelp) How to Make Japanese Dashi Broth Prepare Ingredients Boil Water and Add Ingredients Let it Sit Remove Fish and Kelp Related Videos What is Dashi? The word “Dashi(だし, 出汁)” means “extract”,”broth” or “soup stock” in Japanese. The soup stock used for Japanese Foods are mainly taken from Niboshi(にぼし,煮干,small dried sardines), Katsuo(かつお, 鰹, bonito), Kombu(こんぶ, 昆布, kelp) …

How to Make Japanese DASHI Broth Easily: Fish & Kelp Soup Stock

Freeze Green Onions Before They Go Bad!

Have you ever allowed green onions to decay accidentally? The best way to eat vegetable is to use it all when it’s fresh, because nutrition is lost as it gets old. But not everybody cooks everyday, so let’s freeze left over green onion! That’s definitely better than letting it rot. Yes! You can freeze green onion! It is very easy to make frozen green onions. Just wash, chop and freeze. Step 1. Remove Bad Parts If there are visibly bad parts of the green onions, remove them. Step 2. Wash and Dry Wash the green onions under running water and pat them dry with paper towel gently. Step 3. Chop …

You can freeze green onion like this!

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 …

learn about miso paste

How to keep supermarket sushi’s rice soft

Have you ever tried sushi at a supermarket outside of Japan? Unless it’s a country of full time fish eaters, it’s useless to complain about the quality of ingredients. But besides that, I am always frustrated with one thing. The rice is horribly HARD!! In this page, I will show you how to store sushi to keep the rice soft. Table of Contents What’s the correct temperature for sushi? How to store pre-made sushi How to revive the rice after too much refrigeration What’s the correct temperature for sushi? First of all, I need to make one point clear: Sushi is normally “room temperature” food! However, you find pre-made sushi …

nigiri and maki sushi

Myojo Ippeichan Yomise-no-Yakisoba instant noodles Reviews

Ippeichan Yomise-no-Yakisoba is one of the most popular instant noodle bowls, that anyone can buy at a super market or convenience store, which began in 1995. This is non-soup type of instant noodle, so we drain out the pre-boiled water before we add the included seasonings into it. The bowl is a square container, and always comes with special mayonaise for topping. The pouch of mayo is very well-designed, so anybody can squeeze out nice thin mayo lines for the topping easily. Table of Contents Ippeichan Yomise-no-Yakisoba Trivia Why did they name it Ippeichan? What is Yomise? What is Yakisoba? How to make Ippeichan Yomise-no-Yakisoba Open the Lid Half Way …

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