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Sushi and Beyond When I first saw the description of this book, I got really excited I lived in Japan for over three years, and I was eager to read about how another foreigner found the food of Japan which is about so muchthan sushi I also wanted to read about Michael Booth s experience traveling with kids, as we have taken our four kids to Japan a few years ago Although I would say I am very well versed in my knowledge of Japanese cuisine, I learned evenfrom this book I found this book to be d When I first saw the description of this book, I got really excited I lived in Japan for over three years, and I was eager to read about how another foreigner found the food of Japan which is about so muchthan sushi I also wanted to read about Michael Booth s experience traveling with kids, as we have taken our four kids to Japan a few years ago Although I would say I am very well versed in my knowledge of Japanese cuisine, I learned evenfrom this book I found this book to be delightful but perhaps it is for a niche market.What I liked This book is written by a journalist and it shows in his attention to detail Michael Booth had contacts with artisanal producers of saki, tofu, and soy sauce He was able to sort out the history of each product, how each was made, and their futures or possibly their demises As a foodie , I loved these details.Much of the book ponders the question of whether or not authentic Japanese cuisine is vanishing Booth talk Wasabi and miso and bearsoh my.Michael Booth had me personally with sushi and ramen, but if he wants to throw in all of Japanese culture in this fun and fascinating culinary journey, then I was happy to be along for the ride.Fair warning as you read You Will Want Food.Booth travels the length and breadth of Japan with his wife and two small children, exploring its food, people, and natu This book gives a good overview of the various food cultures and regions of Japan, going much deeper than most occasional visitors can obtain This is a combination of Michael Booth moving his family to the country for several months but also some very good fixers nailing down really big interviews and meals It s almost unreal, from sumo kitchen to the current food culture war to a meal at Mibu Actually the author put some of that chapter in an article on the Independent about that experience This book gives a good overview of the various food cultures and regions of Japan, going much deeper than most occasional visitors can obtain This is a combination of Michael Booth moving his family to the country for several months but also some very good fixers nailing down really big interviews and meals It s almost unreal, from sumo kitchen to the current food culture war to a meal at Mibu Actually the author put some of that chapter in an article on the Independent about that experience, or vice versa You can read it online to get a feel for his writing My favorite chapters were those about the unique elements of Japanese cuisine, like texture, Kaiseki, to why slurping makes noodles tast I ve been a fan of Michael Booth s writing for a while, as well as Ralph Lister s narration, so had high expectations here, which weren t disappointed On occasion, things stray towards, if not into, the weeds on the foodie front, but nothing to c There is something truly special about reading books on one of your favourite topics Something comfortable I just love finding new tidbits of information and seeing how they connect with everything else that I know about in this case Japan That s probably one of the reasons, why I enjoyed this book immensely.It s focused on the Japanese cuisine there is lots about food, different cooking styles, the whole chains of production , but there is also lots and lots about th Books 217 2016 I received a digital copy of this from Netgalley and publisher Picador in exchange for an honest review 3,8 of 5 stars I am really excited and also feel relieved when i finished read this books This is such a comprehensive books about Japan Culinary At first, i thought read specific Japan Culinary such as Sushi and Ramen but i m wrong since it is far away from those foods It really broaden my knowledge there are so many things about Japan Culinary that i didn t know be Books 217 2016 I receiv I love this book I ve read it over the past couple of weeks, dipping in and out of it, savouring it.Michael Booth, along with his wife Lissen and their 2 children Asger and Emil, travel around Japan to see why it s the preeminent food nation on earth, along the way they try every food available and see how Japanese food should be prepared, cooked and eaten and see how their diet can be improved by learning from the Japanese.Meeting Sumos, Ninja Warriors, the Ama divers, huge crabs and having mo I love this book I ve read it over the past couple of weeks, dipping in and out of it, savouring it.Michael Booth, a Japan Is The Pre Eminent Food Nation On Earth The Japanese Go To The Most Extraordinary Lengths And Expense To Eat The Finest, Most Delectable, And Downright Freakiest Food Imaginable Their Creativity, Dedication And Ingenuity, Not To Mention Courage In The Face Of Dishes Such As Cod Sperm, Whale Penis And Octopus Ice Cream, Is Only Now Beginning To Be Fully Appreciated In The Sushi Saturated West, As Are The Remarkable Health Benefits Of The Traditional Japanese Diet.Inspired By Shizuo Tsuji S Classic Book, Japanese Cooking, A Simple Art, Food And Travel Writer Michael Booth Sets Off To Take The Culinary Pulse Of Contemporary Japan, Learning Fascinating Tips And Recipes That Few Westerners Have Been Privy To Before Accompanied By With Two Fussy Eaters Under The Age Of Six, He And His Wife Travel The Length Of The Country, From Bear Infested, Beer Loving Hokkaido To Snake Infested, Seaweed Loving Okinawa Along The Way, They Dine With And Score A Surprising Victory Over Sumos Meet The Indigenous Ainu Drink Coffee At The Dog Caf Pamper The World S Most Expensive Cows With Massage And Beer Discover The Secret Of The Okinawan People S Remarkable Longevity Share A Seaside Lunch With Free Diving, Female Abalone Hunters And Meet The Greatest Chefs Working In Japan Today Less Happily, They Trash A Zen Garden, Witness A Mass Fugu Slaughter, Are Traumatised By An Encounter With Giant Crabs, And Attempt A Calamitous Cooking Demonstration For The Lunching Ladies Of Kyoto They Also Ask, Who Are You To The Most Famous TV Stars In Japan.What Do The Japanese Know About Food Perhaps Than Anyone On Else On Earth, Judging By This Fascinating And Funny Journey Through An Extraordinary Food Obsessed Country. I need a new shelf called Books about Japan that annoy me First, is there an editor in the house Shizuoka is spelled Shizvoka just two lines below the correct spelling , his friend s name is the phonetically impossible Katsotoshi, and the sumo wrestler Balto changes from Estonian to Latvian halfway through the book Second, a number of facts are just wrong like the one that Japan imports most of its rice from the US Finally, the bumbling foreigner discovers Japan trope is just old I need a new shelf called Books about Japan that annoy Fantastic write up about different aspects of Japanese food with some travel regional info mixed in I m a big fan of Japanese food, so this book really appealed and made me hungry


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