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Asian Pickles: Japan

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A DIY guide to making the salty, sweet, tangy, and sometimes spicy pickles of Japan, featuring 16 recipes for traditional tsukemono as well as new favorites with innovative ingredients and techniques.

For Asian food aficionados and preservers and picklers looking for new frontiers, the natural standout is Japan's diverse array of pickled products and innovative flavor pairi...more
ebook, 30 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Ten Speed Press (first published November 6th 2012)
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Suzanne Lilly
If you're a fan of Japanese food, you're familiar with the delicious pickled vegetables in this cuisine. The author of this book tells how to make these delicacies without any expensive kitchen equipment or tools. It's a guide for the novice, and she makes it sound manageable and easy to do. From traditional tsukemono such as Pickled Plums, to her own favorite recipes, such as Pickled Asian Pear with Lemon, you'll be sure to find something to make your mouth water or pucker. Solomon writes in a...more
Mila
May 29, 2014 Mila rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
My luck definitely has changed...for the better!

Finding this awesome book is like finding a real Gem, and I couldn't believe my luck! I devoured this in one sitting because being part asian, I love, love to learn the secret ingredients of many of my most favorite side dishes. One of them is Kimchi, a most popular side dish they serve at a Korean restaurants aside from the many scrumptious side dishes, which makes eating the main dish more delicious, they just balance and compliments each other....more
Yodamom
This beautifully photographed book is filled with simple easy to follow recipes that taste as good and their photos. It has all the basic pickled delicacies you would recognize from many japanese meals and the ingredients are easy to find. The author focuses on this one subject which was very helpful to me. I can't wait to try another book from this series.
Gail Kavanagh

This is a small ebook - only 52 pages - but if you love Japanese food, then it is packed with the kind of recipes you have been longing for. Pickles - tsukemono - those delicious little morsels served at restaurants and which you can sometimes find lurking on the shelves at Asian groceries.

Recipes for delights like umeboshi and pickled ginger are hard to find, and when you do find them, use ingredients that don’t sound quite right, or rely too much on artificial flavours and colours. Karen Solom...more
Darren
Here is a small eBook that acts as a do-it-yourself guide to making a range of typical salty, sweet, tangy or spicy pickles and similar "dishes" from Japan.

The author, from the start, has the right idea, admitting that this is in no way a definitive guid, but more of a "mix tape" including her own favourites. This is something that works well in this ebook format as it has a low price and thus a very low "barrier to purchase". If you are intrigued about Japanese pickles a couple of dollars is a...more
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