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justbento.com - Fri, 2008-08-29 07:55 by maki Yes, microwaving the tofu Yes, microwaving the tofu for a couple of minutes is the fastest way to drain tofu, which needs to be done for tofu-based recipes like this.
justbento.com - Wed, 2009-01-14 11:24 by maki Re: Cilantro Actually, cilantro is not used at all in Japanese cooking (though it is used in 'ethnic' cooking in Japan). It's considered quite inedible by a lot of people there. I do like cilantro now, but it took quite a long time to get to that point! My stepfather calls it "dokudami" which means 'poison weed' :o
justbento.com - Sun, 2009-11-15 16:24 by maki Re: Bento no. 65: Pink, Green and Yellow Spring Bento I have a template I made for the timelines that I just fill out. I guess I will post a fill-outable one soon.
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