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    Is this the same? Gomo/chirashi...zushi

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    Loveydose
    Mon Jun 28, 2010 6:16 pm
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    I didn't see the chirashi zushi packs that she used to carry and this packet was the closest thing to it that I saw.
    I don't know why I just don't ask the sweet woman....
    She is Korean and I guess I don't want to assume something is Japanese, Chinese, or Korean and feel stupid asking her.
    She is a lovely woman and works all day by herself in her little store. I should have just asked her.

    I'll be planning a trip to get me all kinds of those packets...I can't wait! Maybe they will even have Calpis.
    I miss Apple Fanta too! Don't think they ever released it here.

    Never had green tea on my rice before.
    All I have is Tazo green tea (I think it has a lemongrass flavor to it) & Salada White Tea. I prefer the Tazo...will that work on my rice? Would you recommend that I could my rice in green tea as well?
    Rinshinomori
    Mon Jun 28, 2010 11:46 pm
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    Green tea over rice used to be very inexpensive way to stretch food in old days in Japan. All you needed was a cup of cook rice (cold is perfectly fine), some bits of food - leftover is fine, and hot green tea over it.

    Nowadays, it's somewhat trendy in some pubs called izayaka (very much like tapas places with small portions to go with drinks) to finish off the meal with rice like this....certainly more expensive items as topping though. Also, works great if you have been drinking.....this will be your last food and acts as a sponge. Also, it's a quick meal for Japanese - much like quick sandwich for Americans.

    I've not tasted Tazo tea - green tea should be quite neutral in taste for use in ochazuke - not too flavored and certainly never sweet tasting.
    Leggy Peggy
    Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:12 am
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    Gosh, Rinshinomori, I'm glad you could tackle this question.
    I wouldn't have known where to start.
    lindsaykiyoko
    Wed Mar 13, 2013 7:19 pm
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    HELP I have two packets like this, they have been in my cupboard for a while and were given to me by my aunt. I went to use them and read the english sticker and it says "keep refrigerated" is this true? Its in a clear packet or plastic packet that looks like it could have been sterilized by retort but I don't know?? was this a fresh product and was meant to be kept in the fridge?? the shelf life was long, at least a couple of months judging by when i was given them and when they expire??? will it be safe to eat?? anyone local heres the phone number 0120-56-5877 i think thats a phone number
    Rinshinomori
    Thu Mar 14, 2013 4:41 pm
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    If you are talking about chirashi zushi packets, it does say refrigerated. However, it is sold not refrigerated in stores and I've kept them unrefrigerated for at least 1 year by mistake and it was fine. Now, I keep them refrigerated once I purchase them.
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