JAPANESE BREAKFAST RECIPE VEGAN/ Try this when you feel under the weather or overeat♡

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Vegan Japanese breakfast recipe I enjoy when I feel the cold is coming. Warm up from inside and nourish yourself, family and friends in cold winter morning by making this soup and rice.

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▶RECIPE mentioned in the video
YUKARI RICE ( VEGAN)

VEGETABLES CREAMY SOUP ( VEGAN)

HIYAYAKKO

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  1. Miwa-san! I thought of you today as I was standing in the supermarket, trying to decide whether or not I should spend 5€ (Google says it's 638,27yen) on like 12grams or so of Nori sea weed. On the one hand I knew you use it a lot so it must be good, but on the other I didn't know if it's worth the price. I deemed it to expensive in the end, but I thought I could share the story with you anyways. 😄😁😂
    Btw, is that price normal? I mean, 12gr, how much can that be, three, four sheets?

  2. In Germany, the most common breakfast I have seen is usually some kind of sliced bread + various toppings/spreads like butter, margarine, marmalade, cheese, thinly sliced sausages, fish, etc. Sometimes scrambled/fried eggs and bacon on bread. Corn flakes with milk/yogurt is also common. After that an apple or banana. So not a lot of/no cooking or preparation required and a lot of bread. Makes sense, as we have like 3000 kinds of bread.

  3. Hope my daughter will eat this soup. Sometimes she can be so fussy about cabbage but she loves soy milk.

    In the netherlands you can get yukari easily compared to other furikake, perhaps online but never had trouble getting it. Though i usually like to use umeboshi instead. I like shiso but never liked yukari for some reason. Breakfas here is usually bread or cereal. lunch is also bread. Hot dishes are usually for dinner (though it used to be that the hot meal was served at noon in the past and bread was the evening meal. Still some older peopel eat like that).

    I have several saibashi in different lenth in my kitchen. But usually it's the set from Daiso. Love to have some beautiful ones one day. I use them almost every day.

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