Enhance Your Cooking! A Top to Bottom Guide to Japanese Seasonings
There are some seasonings which are absolutely essential to Japanese cuisine. How many do you know off the top of your head? Some conventional seasonings, such as soy sauce, miso, and mirin, are used to cook a wide variety of Japanese foods. Whether it's a meticulous standard of freshness or a reduced sodium product for the health conscious, each individual condiment is an invention born of a very Japanese-minded attention to detail. Japanese seasonings make for excellent gifts, and can be easily acquired at supermarkets and convenience stores, so consider taking a little time to acquire a variety over the course of your travels. You'll surely impress your guests with some authentic Japanese cooking upon returning home from Japan.