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Old 10-04-2004, 08:23 PM   #11
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Gee, thanks DS

WOW - that slaw sounds great - I'm saving it right now. It would also be great as a side for the seared ahi tuna.
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Ok.......I like the powder and use it as a paste on my sunburn. Ok Ok.........I like it with a ham sandwich.
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Old 10-04-2004, 10:35 PM   #15
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i make wasabi mashed potatoes and wasabi mashed cauliflower, and i put it on steamed veggies once in a while.
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YUM buckytom - I love cauliflower mashed like potatoes - will have to try the wasabi in them!!
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Old 10-04-2004, 10:40 PM   #17
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is wasabi a type of horseyradish, or is it just another root that is spicy like it so someone decided to call it japanese horseradish?
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It is VERY similar to horseradish...... now there is REAL Wasabi and then there is the fake stuff. 99% of sushi bars have the fake stuff. The cost of REAL Wasabi is HUGE! It is grown in fern-like areas. And is $50 an ounce. Thus we all munch on fake wasabi. :? BUT...... I still love it! :D
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Rumor has it that it's more like $50 - $60 a pound and maybe more

I know of nowhere to get the real stuff, which is much more subtle than the green stuff. I'd like to have it just once!!!!

Here's a link to some recipes using wasabi wasabi recipes

...and if you scroll to the bottom of the page there is a link to other wasabi recipes - if it comes up "page cannot display" click on the link in red. VERY interesting.
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My little Elf..... your knowledge of wasabi turns me on!
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