vegan

First, I’m not vegan. However, I’d like to introduce many Japanese recipes because they are originally vegan.
I hope you enjoy them.

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Wasabi Soy Sauce Dressing with Olive Oil or Sesame Oil

Homemade wasabi dressing with adjustable spiciness. Use olive oil for a western style or sesame oil for a Chinese style.
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Avocado with Wasabi & Soy – The Easiest Wasabi Recipe

The combination of Wasabi & Soy Sauce & Avocado is a very classic. This recipe is the easiest and most delicious way to eat wasabi.
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Easy Japanese Avocado Dip with Wasabi and Soy Sauce

A classic avocado dip becomes much more Japanese when flavored with wasabi and soy sauce. Serve with vegetable sticks, crackers or toast.
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Aromatic Soy Sauce Dressing with Spring Onion and Ginger

This is a delicious savory soy sauce dressing with lots of green onions. The flavor of ginger enhances the taste.
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Peanut Dressing: Chinese-Style Sauce with Peanut Butter

This is a Chinese-style dressing made with unsweetened peanut butter. It is perfect for boiled pork, steamed chicken, and salads.
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Paprika and Chickpea Salad with Herb Vinegar: Low Salt

This is a simple yet surprisingly delicious salad: just mix chickpea, paprika and herb vinegar.
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Instant Chinese Cabbage Kimchi with Sriracha Sauce

This is an instant easy Chinese cabbage kimchi using Sriracha sauce. Draining the water with salt and sugar is the point.
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Substitute Shiro Dashi: Japanese Useful Seasoning

Shiro dashi is a very useful seasoning for seasoning Japanese food, but it is not so common in other countries. Here is a recipe for an easy substitute.
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Useful Herb Vinegar & Spice Vinegar with Fresh Herbs

By simply soaking your favorite herbs in vinegar, you can make a very convenient and delicious herb vinegar.
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Marinated Zucchini with Herb Vinegar: Low Salt Side Dish

A simple yet surprisingly delicious side dish made by dressing grilled zucchini with useful herb vinegar.
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Marinated Avocado with Herb Vinegar: Low Salt Side Dish

This is a simple yet surprisingly delicious side dish that can be made by dressing avocado with herb vinegar.
dessert

Steamed Buns with Anko, Raw Sugar Flavor Manju

This Japanese manju is made with a dough made of wheat and wrapped with anko. This is the most standard steamed bun with a brown sugar flavor.
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One Hour Anko using Pressure Cooker, Easy and Quick

It usually takes about three hours to make Anko, but if you use a pressure cooker, you can make Anko in one hour even with dried azuki beans.
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Recipe for Anko: Easy to Make Anko with Many Ways

I've compiled a list of various recipes, from the regular recipe to the one using a pressure cooker, white bean paste and Uguisu-anko using beans boiled in water.
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Homemade Silk Tofu and Choice of Soy Milk

Even overseas, where non-adjustable soy milk is not sold, you can make tofu. This recipe is for silken tofu made from s...
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Homemade Hard Firm Tofu with Stabilized Soy Milk

Tofu can be made using commercial soy milk. This recipe is for hard firm tofu made from soy milk with the following ingredients: water, soybeans, and stabilizer.
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Homemade Firm Tofu Recipe Choice of Soy Milk

Are you interested in homemade tofu? Is it possible to make tofu using store-bought soy milk outside of Japan? I searched it and did trials.
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How to Make Bittern – Choice and Amount of Powder Nigari

Bittern, Nigari in Japanese, is essential for making tofu. What type of bittern and how much of bittern should we use? It's easy to find.
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Soba with Pasta Machine – Easest Homemade Soba

We have buckwheat flour, but no soba noodles. This is a recipe for soba noodles that can be easily made with a pasta machine, even overseas.
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Okaki, Arare, Fried Rice Cracker with Glutinous Rice Flour

Using glutinous rice flour, you can make okaki and arare. Just by adding green laver, shrimp, curry powder or Yukari, you can make fried rice crackers with various flavors.
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Deep-fried and Baked Rice Crackers with Rice Flour

This is a recipe for rice crackers that can be easily made with rice flour. You can add a variety of flavors by simply adding Aonori or small shrimp.
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Sweet Bean Kinton, Simmered Beans for Japanese Osechi

This is a New Year's Day staple in my family, my grandfather's favorite, white beans Kinton. This is a recipe for soft boiled beans with a delicious sticky texture.
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Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi – Mochi Sweets with Microwave

Gyuhi and Habutae Mochi are very famous mochi sweets in Japan. It can be made in a microwave oven with glutinous rice flour available at Asian markets.
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Making Mochi with Glutinous Rice Flour in Microwave Oven

Mochi is not ice cream with chewy crust. Only the sticky and chewy crust is mochi. You can make mochi using glutinous rice flour easily.
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Easy Roast Beef Sauce in the Microwave with Onion

This is a roast beef sauce that can be cooked in a microwave. It has a Japanese flavor with soy sauce and brown sugar, and you can change the taste by red wine.
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