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Konbu Dashi

Submitted by: Rachael S. 
Home Town: Corpus Christi, Texas, USA
Living In: Durham, North Carolina, USA
This simple seaweed version of Japanese dashi provides the foundation for numerous soups and other dishes. 
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Hoshi-Shiitake Dashi

Submitted by: Hinata 
This simple and rich mushroom version of Japanese dashi provides the foundation for numerous soups and other dishes. 
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Dashi Stock (Konbudashi)

Submitted by: Kyle Hildebrant 
Living In: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
This is real dashi stock from scratch, not made with instant granules or packets. A clear, pure, savory stock made from dried bonito flakes and edible seaweed, it's a foundation of Japanese cooking. 
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Hot and Sweet Ginger Drink

Submitted by: CC 
Home Town: Beijing, Beijing (Municipality) , China
Living In: Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
Peppery and fresh, this addictive recipe is a great substitute for hot spiced apple cider during the holidays. 
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Eunah's Korean-Style Seaweed Soup

Submitted by: Eunah Lee 
Ground beef and wakame brown seaweed simmer together in this traditional Korean soup. 
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Almond Gelatin

Submitted by: LOREA 
A refreshing and fruity almond-flavored gelatin dessert. 
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Genmai-cha

Submitted by: JoyBoe VonHeldenberry 
Living In: Portland, Oregon, USA
Toasted brown rice adds a delicious flavor to green tea in this traditional Japanese preparation. 
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Korean-style Seaweed Soup

Submitted by: Eunah Lee 
This is the recipe of Korean-style seaweed soup. It's a traditional birthday dish in Korea. Also, every women who gives a birth eats this soup because it is believed that seaweed soup helps with breast feeding. 
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Japanese Onion Soup

Submitted by: Sawako 
The basic Japanese soup that's given out as an appetizer at most Japanese restaurants. Very mild, a bit salty, and a touch of tang. It's a very improvisable recipe; most of the ingredients' quantities can be changed according to taste. 
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Egg Drop Soup I

Submitted by: Denise Smith 
Lightly beaten eggs are gently stirred into a flavorful chicken broth that includes parsley and onion flakes. The resulting soup is light, creamy, and delicately seasoned. 
 
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