moe takemura: guide to the foreign japanese kitchen
moe takemura: guide to the foreign japanese kitchen moe takemura: guide to the foreign japanese kitchen
jul 03, 2012

moe takemura: guide to the foreign japanese kitchen

‘guide to the foreign japanese kitchen’ by moé takemura

the ‘guide to the foreign japanese kitchen’ is a cookbook by japanese masters candidate moé takemura. the publication shows how you can cook japanese food

using locally available ingredients in sweden. the book reflects on the users need for pleasure and excitement in food, as well as safety and reliability with local and organically harvested ingredients. the project aims to introduce japanese food culture in a suitable way for today’s swedish environment through the introduction of multicultural diets supported by imported ingredients. 30 recipes are introduced for 7 meals in the book, and it includes numbers of modifications which make the food possible/easier to make at home in foreign environment, regarding meal composition, ingredients, cooking techniques, presentation, and tableware.

the book includes 30 recipes for 7 meals

pages from the introduction 

pages from the introduction 

set of recipes for a meal

recipe layout

ingredient detail

page sample – introduction of vegetables

page sample – introduction of soya products and seaweeds

page sample – meal for "day 5"

page sample – recipe of tempura

page sample – recipe of kimpira

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