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A wet rag under your cutting board will help with all the sliding around. I've cut my finger, so just watching out for you. Love your content!
Question: What is the cooking sheet when you grille your salmon? Is it available in US? Arigato
Excellent Channel Arigato, having fun with family doing all your recipes.
These look amazing! To figure out the edible part of the asparagus I actually hit them with my knife until I find the spot it goes through😅
I will skip this part 12:24 😅
I always Love your Videos!!!! what is Pot Brand name that you use?
Did you add the miso after turning off the fire or while the fire was still on?
Added this to my Watch Later list in case I ever move to Japan. All of them are amazing. I think my ideal breakfast would probably be a combination of some of these recipes. My favourite was the second one but I would definitely enjoy having omelette and natto in that meal too for example. Anyway, if I ever move to Japan, I'll definitely be cooking a breakfast like this. I prefer not to do it now because I primarily tend to eat local foods due to costs, the small carbon footprint and the freshness of the food. But I definitely wish I could have breakfast like this. You are a very good cook
You guys don't eat bread🤔🤔🤔
I love how you guys don't eat sweet food in the morning. You are really inspiring 😍 thank you. I was wondering, do people in Japan eat 3 main meals plus snacks ?
Soup, vegetables… in the morning. Could never eat that at this time of the day.
I love miso soup with cabbage! I add carrot and onion to mine, it's very hard to get fresh enoki mushrooms here in Poland. And different types of rice balls are now my favorite breakfast food, I especially like them with tuna and spicy mayo, or fried with miso. 😊
Great! I like. Thank you very much!
Wow. Of all these ingredients for breakfast #1 I can find rice, egg plant and water where I live. Maybe tofu in larger supermarkets, not sure 😀 Can green onion be replaced by leek? Or maybe green onion is the same as leek just different name? Overall looks very nice, healthy and fast and easy to prepare as breakfast should be.
i get anxiety watching you cut things, the food looks lovely though
any idea how much the cost of ingredients is (in Japanese yen) per dish ?
where do you get your cute and useful gadgets? When you say, 'bake' for sausage, salmon, asparagus, spam, you mean, 'saute', ne?
simple and delicious! ❣️
They have for breakfast what I have for lunch on a lazy day 😁 looks healthy and delicious though! Great video, thanks for sharing
This video is so cool
Maybe it weird question, but. Does miso paste must be highly salty? I really like miso soups, but it's too salty for my opinion.
I think just the cutting will take me 15min 😂 but looks yummy!
These little soups sound absolutely amazing. I will have to give them a try as soon as possible.
Miso for breakfast is sooooo yummy
Hi I'm a new subscriber, i love these breakfast ideas. Also the miso balls are just genius 💖💖
Soup for breakfast is just amazing, I love it. Not a common thing in the USA
Thank you for the videos, I look forward to more
Miso soup is a great source for lactic acid and is good for your intestinal health I heard.
I could totally try these for lunch 😜
I love the misos, but don't you use salt and pepper on the soup?
There is Love in your Work.
I like the last recipe most.
All the soups are miso. No wonder the meals don't take long to cook.
And the utmost important question! Do you cook a fresh rice every day? Because I started yesterday with the recipe n,1 (tasty!) and cooked some spare rice…. And today – the night in the fridge destroyed it 🙁 as it alwayes does with rice…
Today is the day I realize there are fish sausages 😭😂
I love that these are savoury so much healthier than the usually options in my country
Can anyone tell me what is miso?
Im moslem and not allowed to use mirin.Do you have any suggestion to replace mirin?
This is the first video of yours I have watched. I used to love Japanese food but stopped eating it when my then-boyfriend and I broke up. (He was Japanese-American and his mom made fabulous Japanese food all the time. The association between him, a true monster, and the food was too strong for me so I stopped eating the food. But I think 24 years is enough time and I've slowly started making and enjoying some of my favorite Japanese foods again.)
Your video is so well-done, showing individual steps and exact cooking techniques. I have subscribed.
Love from Phoenix, Arizona, USA.