Japanese vinegar or ‘su’ (酢, す) is used in a wide variety of foods and drinks, including sushi, salads, stir-fries, ice cream, and even milk, tea and beer.
Inarizushi, also known as Inari Sushi, has been a staple Japanese food since the Edo period when it was a popular fast food for feudal lords and samurai.
Amazake is a sweet traditional Japanese fermented rice drink. Learn about amazake culture, the types on offer, where and what to buy, and how to make it.
If you like Japanese food, then knowing about Hon Mirin is a must. Here we delve into Japan’s signature sweet alcoholic condiment, and why and how to use it.
Sake kasu, or sake lees, is an extremely versatile and nutritious ingredient. Here’s what it is, the different types available, and how to use them.