Learn Japanese Through Cooking (゜▼゜*)

I didn’t want to bug you guys with constant recipe videos, but I decided that it would be a great way to learn Japanese for any of my viewers who still feel that they are in their early-learning stage. Basically, I just say a few of the ingredients in Japanese which should help with picture-word memory as opposed to word-word memory. Also, you might actually like what is cooked in this video, and I hope you try it out for yourself. Happy and safe cooking! Enjoy. 。^‿^。

Ingredients:

3 shallots
2 cloves of garlic (minced)
1/2 onion (any color of your choice)
1 red bell pepper (aka capsicum)
1/2 cup of chopped cilantro
Sliced scallions
Kale
baby spinach
2 vegan-friendly spring rolls ( I used the “Lucky” brand)
Beef substitute (I used Gardien’s Beefless Tips)
4 brussel sprouts chopped in half
Japanese Rice (Any Asian or short-grain white rice will work)

Seasonings:

Soy sauce
Sea salt
Cayenne pepper
Sesame oil
Red pepper flakes

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