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Published on 03.31.2016
Tyler really regrets agreeing to this video. We upped the ante and had Tyler try some of the most Traditional Japanese toppings we could think of. It did not turn out so well. Tyler reviews things to never put on McDonalds French Fries. Find out what they are!
If you are curious, Japanese cuisine generally have five basic flavors: salt, sugar, vinegar, soya and miso. In addition, their flavors is enhanced by a range of herbs, spices and other ingredients. Some of the most popular Japanese spices have been described below:
1. Beni-shouga: Salt-pickled ginger which is red in color
2. Shouga - Root ginger coupled with soya sauce to marinate meat prior to sautéing it
3. Myouga – A very attractive bud that is used for decoration purpose used as a garnish or as a sushi topping.
4. Gari - Thinly sliced root ginger which is pickled in vinegar and naturally turns red if it is fresh when it is pickled.
5. Hashouga - Young ginger shoot which resembles a spring onion with a white bulb graduating to green leaves.
6. Wasabi - The root of a horseradish like plant in the cabbage family with pungent aroma. It is prepared by grinding the root on shark skin, the natural spice and fragrance.
Tempting, right? Still some Japanese spices/cuisine can completely destroy the pleasure of having McDonalds French fries. Discover which ones!