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    This smoothie is so delicious, and uses no dairy or added sugars. Change the fruits up a bit, or add more if you'd like to try something new. I've been eating this almost every day this week.

    Recipe #376090

    I found this recipe in the Kraft magazine one summer, but I can't remember what it was called or the exact recipe. This version tastes similar and could be served hot or cold. If served hot, skip cooling and rinsing the potatoes. I actually hate real traditional potato salad, but I really like this one, it's one of my favorites.

    Recipe #275963

    This dish is called "omuraisu" in Japanese, the omu from the om in omelette and the raisu from rice. Unlike is western cooking, eggs are typically eaten in Japan for any meal. Omuraisu is eaten by anyone for pretty much lunch or dinner. Despite how odd it sounds, it's actually awesome, and kids really like it.

    Recipe #269768

    Furikake is a Japanese rice seasoning. It's usually used for just sprinkling on top of rice or mixing in with onigiri. There are many varieties available, but it's sometimes hard to find in stores, so it's much more convenient to make.

    Recipe #269580

    This soup is pretty much a use anything you have soup. It's basic but filling, and invented by Mr Pook ;)

    Recipe #268583

    Onigiri is a Japanese lunch staple. Most non-Japanese know it as rice balls. It is easy to prepare and easy to pack. I personally don't really like umeboshi or meats in my onigiri, so I make it this way.

    Recipe #268513


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