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Teriyaki King Oyster and Green Onion Rice Bowl
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[Ingredients]
[for two] 100g (3.5oz) King oyster mushrooms or other large mushrooms such as Portobellos, sliced into 0.2 inches.   50g (1.8oz) green onion or leak, sliced diagonally.   30g (1oz or 2-3 tbs.) kuzu starch mixed with 3 tbs. water   2 tbs. blended oil (Rapeseed oil : Sesame oil = 7:3)   2/3 tsp. salt All-purpose special Japanese sauce*   360g (0.8 lb) cooked rice with traditional grains (Cook white rice with 10-20% of traditional grains such as millet and quinoa.)   Stripes of nori*, seaweed   Japanese pepper (sansho) if available


1. Put oil into a pan and heat. Soak King oyster mushrooms in kudzu water and place them in the pan over medium heat.

2. Fry both sides until the surface becomes light brown and crispy. Sprinkle with sea salt.

3. Add green onions and mix them with the mushrooms. Add special Japanese sauce and cover the mushrooms and onions with the sauce.

4. Serve rice and put the mushrooms, green onions, and sauce from pan on top of the rice. Sprinkle nori and Japanese pepper to taste.

【All-purpose special Japanese sauce (1 unit)】

Mix the following ingredients well in a pan. Boil it and burn off alcohol.

 1/2 tsp. miso*, 1tbs. soy sauce*, 2 tbs. sake, 2 tbs. water, 1 tbs. apple juice, a little squeezed ginger juice to taste

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“Tubu-Tubu” is a nickname for traditional grains. Traditional grains are delicious and full of the power of mother earth. Traditional grains have all the nutrition that our bodies want in a condensed miraculous balance. Tubu-Tubu also represents a new style of vegetarian cuisine based on Yumiko’s unique theories and recipes, which utilize traditional grains and seasonal vegetables. These grains offer a unique taste and a delightfully chewy texture.
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1. A nickname for traditional grains.
2. A new style of traditional grain based vegetarian cuisine.
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