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Sashimi Or Sushi? Japanese Restaurant Terminology

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Sashimi, sushi, nigiri, maki? Before you experience the seafood and specialties of a Japanese restaurant, take a look at the top menu-based terminology you may want (or need) to know. Are Sashimi and Sushi the Same? While you will find both of these categories on the menu of most Japanese eateries, sashimi and sushi are not the same. Sashimi and sushi may both contain raw fish or seafood. But sashimi is prepared in thin slices, strips, or other shapes (such as cubes) and is often served plain.…

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Common Starches Used In Caribbean Cuisine

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Every cuisine has different starches that are typically used in that cuisine. Most Asian cuisines feature rice as the primary starchy food, for example. One unique thing about Caribbean food is that there is quite a variety of different starches used. You will see a lot of rice dishes at Caribbean restaurants, but you will also see dishes made with or served with the following. Cassava Root Cassava is a root vegetable that grows underground in a manner similar to a potato.…

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Eating Vegetarian At A Nigerian Restaurant

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As a vegetarian, you may sometimes struggle to find dishes to order at restaurants. However, some cuisines are more vegetarian-friendly than others. Nigerian cuisine may be one of the best options for those who prefer a vegetarian diet. Here are a few of the meat-free dishes you may see on the menu. Jollof Rice Jollof rice is an incredibly common Nigerian dish. It’s often served on the side of other stews and similar dishes, but it can absolutely be enjoyed on its own as a full meal.…

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