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Home made ice cream

Sometime the store doesn’t sell the flavor your want. In those occasions, try making home ice cream!

http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-vanilla-ice-cream-221812

Ingredients:

4 large egg yolks
2/3 cup sugar
1 1/2 cups whole milk
1 vanilla bean (split and scraped of seeds), or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups heavy cream

But make sure you would need to have the equipments below!

Mixing bowl
Strainer
Whisk
Measuring cups and spoons
Medium saucepan
Spatula
Instant-read thermometer
Ice cream machine

 

Preserving Whole Foods

Many people may think eating already made food is not good for their health because of preservatives are added in the food.

Here is a TED talk video that talks how you can preserve food by yourself so you have extra unneeded preservatives in your food.

Preserving is also a great way to save money so if you feel you want to store some whole foods for later, try this method of preserving food.

Hope you enjoy this video!

 

Karaage – Japanese style fried chicken

Well Known Fact: Sushi is a Japanese food.
But normally Japanese people don’t make Sushi at home.

From my experience, a lot of  Americans know about Sushi. But what many don’t know it that we don’t make Sushi at home. As a Japanese person, I would like to introduce a Japanese food that we cook at home.

The recipe below is about Karaage. Karaage is a Japanese style fried chicken. It’s popular among young people and is easy to make, low cost, and tastes good.

My recommendation is eating Karaage with white rice.

Here’s the recipe below!
http://www.japanesecooking101.com/karaage-recipe/