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Japanese restaurants have deceived you for years - fake vs real wasabi More Info about Wasabia Japonica: http://makesushi. org/real-wasabi-paste/ In this video.

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Instead, Russell pulls out a Post-it note-sized grater used especially for wasabi paste. Working in a circular motion, he breaks down the wasabi to a cellular level, where the plant's enzymes are combined to produce a chemical reaction, which then

Getting Slimy Rich Off Shark Skin; The Pinelands Are Spittin' Cotton

For preparing wasabi … graters with the surface made from shark skin were exclusively used.” There are loads of these shark skin oroshigane for sale out there. Hell, eBay has enough to account for half the world's missing shark population. An

OMIYAGE FROM JAPAN: Kyoto's Kikuichimonji offers wasabi grater made with sharkskin

Among the many local specialties available at Kyotokan, Kikuichimonji Ltd.'s wasabi grater made with sharkskin is a must-buy item for those who know the difference in quality. When the root of a wasabi plant is grated with the adequately rough surface

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Sharkskin Wasabi Grater. Sushi chefs in Japan swear by this tool: a piece of durable, rough-textured sharkskin that's mounted on a wooden paddle.

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Getting Slimy Rich Off Shark Skin; The Pinelands Are Spittin’ Cotton
09/10/15, via The Sandpaper

And, soon, they’ll able to down grated wasabi so charged with the energy of great white sharks that it’ll all but jump off the plates of only the most sophisticated – and richest – diners. Oh, I forgot to tell you about the part where we buy a boat ...

You probably haven’t ever eaten authentic Wasabi, because it costs a fortune
08/05/15, via techly.com.au

And you have to know what to ask – you’re actually looking for fresh grated wasabi, where the stem of the plant is traditionally ground on shark-skin known as samegawa-oroshi. The leaves are also used, although have a much more mild flavour.

Precision is the keyword in gourmet cooking
08/01/15, via Wonder Woman In Today

For example, the Sharkskin grater - called same-gawa - is crucial for the fresh wasabi root. Traditionally, this fresh green rhizome is grated just before serving. Wasabi is harvested over a period of three-four years. It, however, has this property of ...

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Fresh wasabi root
Fresh wasabi root

For sale at Tsukiji. At every sushi restaurant we ate at in Tokyo, we were served fresh wasabi. At some restaurants, we were given an entire root and a grater to shred it ourselves. Fresh wasabi is not as hot as the paste I'm used to from the U.S., but the flavor is more interesting in its subtlety.

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