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  • This is what my Japanese wife

  • typically eats in a day

  • [Intro Music]

  • So many of you asked what Maiko

  • my Japanese wife typically eats in a day

  • so here we are in this video

  • But like always before I start

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  • That said I'm gonna be doing something

  • just a little bit different in this video

  • compared to my other videos

  • and in order for me to do that

  • we're gonna have to turn down the sound just a little bit

  • That said I think Maiko should be

  • getting ready for breakfast right now

  • [Music]

  • so here she is my Japanese wife Maiko

  • and mother of my two-year-old son

  • and this is what she normally eats when she's at

  • home cooking for herself

  • a very typical Japanese breakfast lunch and dinner

  • and now she makes Tamagoyaki

  • a Japanese rolled egg omelette typically eaten for breakfast

  • The seasonings vary depending on the area of Japan

  • usually sweeter in the east

  • and a stronger dashi with a salty appeal in the west

  • my wife is from Aichi

  • which is located in the middle

  • so she prefers to eat it sweet with a strong dashi flavor

  • Oh and she's making it just for herself

  • so she only needs to use one egg

  • and she likes to clean up as she cooks

  • maybe this is common around the world

  • and this is her breakfast

  • a bowl of rice, natto, tamagoyaki, yakinori seaweed

  • and yogurt with blueberry and granola

  • This is natto fermented soy beans

  • It has a uniquely strong scent and flavor along

  • with a gooey texture which for many

  • Japanese is a part of their everyday meal

  • There are many ways to eat natto

  • like eating it with raw egg or mayonnaise

  • my wife though usually

  • prefers to mix it with one of our many Japanese condiment tubes

  • Today she's going with a grated ginger

  • Itadakimasu

  • Gochisousama-deshita!

  • Now it's lunch time

  • To maximize her work efficiency these days

  • She usually orders UberEats

  • To eat something really fast

  • I guess today though

  • she's decided to make something quick at home

  • to save on money

  • This is her favorite Yakisoba, Maruchan

  • she doesn't buy anything else but this brand

  • Yakisoba itself in Japan is

  • considered a lighter meal and is often

  • found at festivals in food trucks or stalls

  • and to top it off she adds a soft cooked

  • sunny-side up egg

  • This entire meal costs less than a dollar fifty to make

  • In Japan eggs are often eaten raw as Japanese enjoy the

  • taste and texture of the raw yolk

  • like this

  • Itadakimasu

  • My wife also drinks black apple vinegar

  • once a day for her health

  • she hates the taste though

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  • Finally, dinner time

  • First my wife makes miso soup

  • she usually uses a pre-made dashi pack which

  • many Japanese use to minimize their prep time

  • You can use basically any ingredients to

  • make miso soup in order to balance it

  • out with the day's menu

  • and today my wife chooses to add Haksai and Nameko mushrooms

  • Nameko has a natural gelatin coating on the surface

  • and by adding it to the soup

  • it gives it a slimy texture again loved by many Japanese

  • Oh that's a trick my wife uses to preserve the miso

  • the wrap prevents miso from touching the air

  • and avoids oxidation

  • Many Japanese kitchens come equipped

  • with a small fish grill since grilled

  • fish is a very popular home dish

  • But nowadays the way it's used has evolved a

  • bit and can be used to deal with

  • different things like spare ribs and vegetables

  • Now my wife's making onigiri

  • a Japanese rice bowl

  • she adds several ingredients

  • so she can get as much nutrition as possible

  • into one bowl of onigiri

  • Oh she's using my son's baby cheese

  • For her skin she drinks Lypo C

  • Usually mixed with sparkling water

  • apparently Japanese women take into consideration

  • their skin when choosing what they eat and drink

  • Itadakimasu

  • and this is her dinner

  • a rice ball with

  • shiso kombu and cream cheese

  • a grilled salmon flavored with kojimote miso soup

  • with haksai and nameko kimchi and mozuku seaweed

  • okay so there you go

  • That's what my Japanese wife typically eats in a day

  • especially when she's out with me or my son Wolfy

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    Summer 發佈於 2022 年 05 月 03 日
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