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How to Revive Stale Rice Crackers

Rice crackers are yummy, but they go stale easily because of the humidity. In this page, you will learn how to revive stale crackers and let them get their crispy texture back.  Before deciding to toss away stale crackers, please try this trick! All you need is a microwave-safe plate and a paper towel. Step 1. Place the Rice Crackers Place the stale rice crackers along the edge of the microwavable plate. Don’t let them touch each other as possible and make sure leave the gap between crackers and plate. If you do so, the steam that will come out from crackers, will NOT get trapped between the plate and crackers. Placing …

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Rice Cracker Reviews

Rice crackers are a Japanese traditional snack. Even outside of Japan, it’s popular among people who care about lower fat & no cholesterol diets. Do you have your favorite rice cracker? If you go to an oriental market, you possibly have hard time to choose one because there are so many choices. In this page, you’ll get to know about Japanese crackers. And also Kansai Chick will pick some rice cracker products from a market and give them reviews. Table of Contents Rice Cracker Trivia Names of Japanese Rice Crackers What is Wet Rice Cracker? Japanese Culture and Rice Cracker Clean Way to Eat Large Rice Crackers Rice Crackers Reviews …

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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 …

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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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