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Ingredients in Finland

How to Use Potato in Finland

Green, yellow, red bag of potatoes are KIINTEÄMALTOISET, YLEIS and JAUHOISET PERUNAT. Here's a table to classify each spices and type.
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Enjoy Barley Tea Made from Wheat Overseas!

Mugicha, barley tea, is essential for Japanese summer. I can't buy barley tea overseas. So I made it by hand with wheat, which is easy to buy.
Ingredients in Finland

Vinegar in Finnish Recipes, How and What to Use?

If you see vinegar in a Finnish recipe, what should you use? You can also find out how to use Finnish vinegar in Japanese recipes.
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Enjoy Beef Tendon Overseas: Achilles Tendon

I want to enjoy beef tendon abroad. I searched tendon, and I found tendon, but Achilles' tendon! How is the taste? Same as normal tendon?
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Enjoy Sweet Potato Overseas

Japanese sweet potatoes are sweet, become soft and flaky when baked. But Finnish sweet potato isn't the same. How can I enjoy that overseas?
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Enjoy Beef Tripe Overseas

Japanese people eat offals as grilled or stewed. I want enjoy delicious tripe abroad! This is my story of struggle to eat tripe in Finland.
Ingredients in Finland

Bell Pepper & Eggplant in Finland

Here is the list of bell pepper and eggplant avalable in Finland, in English, Finnish and Japanese name. What is piman and Japanese eggplant?
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Enjoy Crispy Tempura Abroad

Do you like tempura? Have you made tempura? Was your tempura crispy? If not, that's because of the flour! Here's tips for crispy tempura!
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Enjoy Anko Overseas

This is the story of me and Anko. In order to make Anko overseas, I tried azuki beans and many other beans. Let's enjoy Anko together!
Ingredients in Finland

Japanese Beans and Beans in Finland

Japanese eat beans a lot like anko. Here is a list of the Japanese beans names and how to read them, and their names in English and Finnish.
Ingredients in Finland

Vinegar in Finland

Is the vinegar sold in Finland different from the vinegar sold in Japan? The ingredients are the same, but something is actually different.
Ingredients in Finland

Leek and Spring Onion in Finland

Here is a list of the common types of leeks and spring onions sold in Finland. It mentions their Finnish names, where to buy, and how to use.
Ingredients in Finland

Flour in Finland

Many different types of flour are sold in the markets. Which flour should I use? Which is the strongest flour? What about light flour?
Ingredients in Finland

Rice in Finland

Finnish likes rice and eat rice a lot. What is different from Japanese rice? Where can we buy? How to use? All things about rice in Finland!
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