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Japanese

  • 18 Ways to Ring in the Year of the Monkey

    18 Ways to Ring in the Lunar New Year!

    18 Ways to Ring in the Lunar New Year was put together by Hayley, a new contributor here at TVFGI. Hayley will be stopping by now and then to bring us…

  • Shishito peppers

    Grilled Shishito Peppers

    Peppers are the unsung heroes of late summer.  While everyone is talking about tomatoes and zucchinis, we forget that peppers are just as abundant and just as delicious.  And they come…

  • miso broth with shrimp dumplings 2

    Miso Broth with Shrimp Dumplings

    Miso Broth with Shrimp Dumplings is a simple, nourishing soup that takes just minutes to make. Want to know a little secret to great low calorie eating in cold weather? ……

  • salmon potstickers with wasabi sauce

    Salmon Potstickers with Wasabi Sauce

    Tender homemade Salmon Potstickers with Wasabi Sauce…this appetizer is so good you might be tempted to skip dinner. I love pot stickers.  Who doesn’t?  Unless you’ve been living under a rock…

  • Miso Wonton Soup

    Minimal Monday: Miso Wonton Soup

    Miso Wonton Soup is healthy, hearty comfort food that can be on the table in less than 30 minutes. How nice is it that simple, clean, and healthy food is so…

  • Spicy Mandarin Orange Soba Noodles

    Spicy Mandarin Orange Soba Noodles ~ these healthy Japanese buckwheat noodles in a spicy Mandarin orange sauce are low in calories, full of protein, and packed with flavor! I’m completely obsessed…

  • Miso Ramen with Shitake and Chicken

    Miso Ramen with Shitake and Chicken is an amazing protein packed 30-minute meal that also happens to be low calorie, low fat, and utterly delicious! Sometimes I even surprise myself.  This…

  • How to Make Chicken Gyoza (Pot Stickers)

    How to Make Chicken Gyoza (Pot Stickers) ~ these tender little dumplings are one of the highlights of going to a Japanese restaurant, and I’ll show you how to make them…

  • Miso Soup

    Miso Soup is the original health food, it’s been nourishing the Japanese for centuries, and you can make it yourself in minutes. Who can live on cookies alone?  In between batches…