5 Day Dashi Cooking Challenge

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Creator of Alldayieat.com and tofu cookbook author

5 DAY DASHI COOKING CHALLENGE - What is it? Who's it for?

If you’ve ever wondered about cooking Japanese food and don’t know how to get started… now’s the time.

If you’ve already cooked Japanese food and want to learn more. This is your challenge.

Challenges are designed to get you results fast.

The challenge is taking action.

No more saying ‘someday’, ‘wouldn’t it be nice’, ‘oh i wish i could’, ‘i’m too busy’, ‘i don’t have the time’

Today’s the day you’re just gonna pick up and do it.

You know when you really want something you’ll get it.

And if you really want to learn how to cook Japanese, I’ll be here over the next 5 days LIVE to show you the way!

This challenge will take place October 22-26, are you ready?!





The 5 day dashi challenge continues...

Update October 28, 2018

I really wanted to cook Japanese… and I did it with you LIVE 5 days in a row!

Can’t believe it’s already over!

We made a bunch of dishes with dashi and a couple without. Check out the gallery below.

I’ll leave the replays up until November 11.

If you want to give them a try the recipes are linked to my google drive below.

If you want the booklet enter your email and I’ll send it to you!

Now, it’s your turn.

Are you excited?!

Well you should be!  because…

We’re going to hold a little contest where 3 people will be eligible to win a pack of Kayanoya dashi

 

Here’s how to enter- 

Kayanoya dashi challenge giveaway

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WHAT WE MADE !

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Additional Resources

Books on food

As mentioned in my book, these are the books that led me to change my diet and cooking habits. I highly recommend reading or listening to these on (Audible – 2 free audiobooks) if you have any interest in food!-

Real Food/Fake Food

The Omnivore’s Dilemma

The China Study

Whole

 

Japanese pantry and cookware

Some Japanese ingredients may be difficult to find depending on where you live. Here are some that I use and are available on my Amazon shop

Japanese Pantry

Toiro Kitchen and Supply

Korin

 

 Japanese Supermarkets (with online ordering)

Marukai Supermarket

Nijiya Market

Tokyo Central

Other Japanese cooking resources

All day i eat like a shark and Tofu Ryouri Merch Store


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Join a new community focused on Japanese food

Daidokoro is kitchen in Japanese. This private Facebook group is your place to meet other like-minded people also interested in food, cooking and travel to Japan!