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Sushi (Essential Kitchen)by Ryuichi Yoshii
Synopses & Reviews
andlt;bandgt;An artform in Japan, sushi is not only beautifully presented but healthy and delicious.andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; Fresh and delicious, sushi is one of the healthiest foods you can eat, as it's low in fat and high in essential vitamins and minerals. Aesthetically pleasing, sushi is also surprisingly simple to make. From traditional hand-rolled sushi to the modern sushi in a bowl, this sushi cookbook will show you how to make these elegant dishes with ease.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Sushi can be found in grocery stores and restaurants across the country. A traditional Japanese food, sushi is now a part of the American culture. Fresh, healthy, low in fat and aesthetically pleasing, sushi is an art form in Japan. Now, with this practical sushi recipe book, you can make your own sushi at home.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Step-by-step instructions and photographs show how to make a variety of sushi and sashimi. Also found in andlt;iandgt;Sushiandlt;/iandgt; is information on the history and the healthy benefits of Japanese sushi, as well as directions on using sushi-making tools, making perfect sushi rice, how to cut vegetables and decorations, and selecting fresh fish.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;The recipes, including andlt;bandgt;Nigiri, Vegetable Sushi, Sushi in a Bowl, and sushi rolls like California Rolls, Thin Rollsandlt;/bandgt; and andlt;bandgt;Hand Rollsandlt;/bandgt;, are easy to follow and are suitable for both beginners and experienced cooks. Filled with elegant and stylish photographs, this cookbook is a must for your collection.
How to make perfect sushi rice, select the freshest fish, and decorate the sushi plate
This stylish book includes information on the history and health benefits of sushi, as well as tips on how to make perfect sushi rice, select the freshest fish, and decorate the sushi plate with beautiful vegetable garnishes. the Japanese often say that the best food is "eaten with the eyes" as well as the mouth. Traditional Japanese food is typically fresh, healthy, low-fat, and is almost always a visual feast. Sushi, like other culinary endeavors, is an art form in Japan. Now, with this practical guide you can make your own sushi at home, using Sushi's step-by-step instructions and photographs to show you how to make a variety of dishes. The recipes are easy to follow and are suitable for both beginners and experienced cooks. Filled with elegant photographs, this beautifully designed volume is a must-have for your cookbook collection.
About the Author
andlt;bandgt;Ryuichi Yoshiiandlt;/bandgt; was born in Nagasaki in southern Japan. His father was a traditional Japanese chef who taught Ryuichi to appreciate fine food. Ryuichi trained to be a sushi chef in Tokyo before moving to Australia in 1993 with his wife, Virginia. He recently opened his own restaurant in Sydney's Darling Harbour and is well known and respected in Sydney for his creative sushi and adventurous cooking style.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;bandgt;Virginia Yoshiiandlt;/bandgt;, who assisted with the writing of this book, has taught English in Japan and has worked as a technical writer for restaurants and sushi bars.
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