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Ultra Cold Grating Technology

At Kinjirushi Wasabi, we were the first in the market to develop a grating process that preserves the aroma and pungency of fresh wasabi in a frozen state. As many of you are aware, fresh wasabi pungency is actually very short lived after it has been initially grated. From the point the wasabi is grated, […]

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Wasabi Grater

When you go to a restaurant that serves fresh wasabi, you usually see them using a grater to grate the fresh wasabi. But did you know that there are different types of graters that can produce dramatically different grated results depending on which grater is used? Let me introduce to you some commonly used graters […]

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[Recipe] Chicken with Yuzu Orange Sauce

Chicken with Yuzu Orange Sauce Ingredients:(Yuzu orange sauce) ¾ tbsp yuzu juice 1 tbsp yuzu oil ½ cup orange juice ½ tsp salt (Chicken) 1 lb. chicken breast 4 tbsp flour 1 tsp salt ½ tsp pepper ½ tsp onion powder ½ tsp garlic powder Pinch of salt and pepper 2 beaten eggs 4 tbsp […]

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[Recipe] Vegan Pasta with Veggie Dashi

Delicious recipe for pasta using soy meat and our veggie dashi! Ingredients: 2 oz pasta noodle 1 pkg veggie-dashi ½ cup cooked soy meat ½ chopped eggplant 1 ½ cup chopped kale 1 cup chopped red bell pepper 2 tbsp miso sauce 1 tbsp butter 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp pasta water   Directions: […]

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[Recipe] Vegan Dashi Hummus

Veggie Dashi Hummus Recipe Veggie-dashi Hummus Ingredients: 3 tbsp veggie-dashi 1 canned garbanzo beans ¼ cup tahini 1 lemon Juice 2 minced garlic 2 tbsp olive oil ½ tsp cumin ½ tsp salt Pinch of pepper Paprika for sprinkle 1 tbsp olive oil Vegetable sticks 1 carrots (cut long stick) 2 celeries (cut long stick) […]

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[Recipe] Kale Salad with Ume Dressing

      Ume in Japanese is widely known as plum but actually it is part of the apricot family. Japanese people have used these apricots and pickled them into what is known as Ume Boshi (literally meaning dried ume). Ume boshi is salty and sour at the same time. Many people use it on […]

Yuzu Salmon Pasta
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[NEW RECIPE] Yuzu Salmon Pasta

Happy Friday! Here is a recipe using our brand new Yuzu Oil. Yuzu Oil goes well with both meat and fish. We used it with salmon this time to create an aromatic salmon pasta dish. You can utilize this oil to create a wonderful aroma without changing the flavor of your overall dish. You can […]

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Health Benefits of Wasabi

    The long history of Wasabi (Japanese horseradish) has been rooted in the Japanese culture and in present day, is familiar to any Japanese person. From a technical aspect of the plant, it is classified as a member of the Wasabi genus of the Brassicaceae family, and its scientific name is “Wasabia japonica Matsumura”. […]

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Hana Wasabi

When we give or receive flowers, have you ever stopped to think about the meaning behind the flower you just purchased or received? Did you know that each flower has a meaning also known as flower language? For example, the most popular flower for Valentine’s day is a red rose. The flower language behind the […]

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Yuzu Pound Cake

Need some ideas for a Valentine’s day treat? Try our Yuzu Pound Cake for this Valentine’s day season. Taking the traditional pound cake recipe, we added some yuzu peel and yuzu juice to give the cake a nice citrus aroma that goes well with whipped cream, chocolate syrup and ice cream! Yuzu Pound Cake Ingredients: […]

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Homemade Yuzu Jam Danish

These past few months, I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries on new ways to use our Yuzu peel. It is currently being used with Sushi and Ramen but wanted to see how I could incorporate it in other ways. After brainstorming with a professional chef, we decided to make Yuzu jam with the peels […]

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Wasabi vs Horseradish? Wait what?!?!

When you go to a sushi restaurant, for every sushi dish you order usually comes with a serving of wasabi. Wasabi looks like a green paste and has a unique spiciness similar to mustard. It goes great with sushi and most people mix it with their soy sauce prior to enjoying their sushi meal. However, […]