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Japanese Takeout Cookbook Favorite Japanese Takeout Recipes to Make at Home: Sushi, Noodles, Rices, Salads, Miso Soups, Tempura, Teriyaki and More (Takeout Cookbooks 6) by Lina Chang Book starts with Table of conetnts where recipes are broken up into meal categories. Free ebook offer and other works by the author. Intro talks about Japanese food and how its culture matters. Good history of how the meals came to the US. Another chapter lists ingredients and what each is and why it's important to your health. Some color photos. Each recipe starts with a title, servings, prep and cook time, medium sized color photo and list of ingredients. Directions are given and there is no nutritional information available. Not sure if you can substitute for your healthier dietary needs: low sodium, low fat, low sugar products. Some of the dishes look very nutritous and appitizing. Love the basic steps about how to make sushi, comes with photos also. Also like that it gives you serving suggestions. Might be difficult to find some of the ingredients: sake, mirin, wasabi root, chinese mustard, etc. Desserts even look appealing to me. Other works by the author are highlighted at the end. Converstion cooking and oven temperature charts are also included at the end.
Straightforward recipes for basic Japanese take out style dishes. I think many people who enjoy Japanese dishes will find this collection useful. I got it to make a couple of dishes for my husband, mainly the soba and miso type soups. There are some good tips for homemade sushi and ginger, and the base flavor of dashi broth.