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      Dojo for summertime stamina.
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      05.31.2016

      Dojo for summertime stamina.

      Dojo (loaches) are small but highly nutritious fish eaten in Japan since the Edo era. While not commonly seen on family dinner tables any more, they can be found at restaurants specializing in dojo. Like eel, dojo are eaten as stamina food in the summer. But they have a lighter, more bitter flavor and are served whole, rather than cut open. We especially recommend trying them in Yanagawa-nabe (hot pot), but they are also delicious when deep fried or served as Namban-zuke (fried and marinated with sweet vinegar and peppers) for refreshment. Eaten with a cup of sake, they will make your day!

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