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Japanese Kitchen / cookbook

Japanese Kitchen
Japanese Kitchen

Today, we look for pleasure and excitement in food as well as safety and reliability as we struggle between interests in multicultural food culture and awareness in environmental- and health issues. The cookbook "Guide to the Foreign Japanese Kitchen" reflects on this dilemma, and introduces Japanese traditional home-cooking in a suitable way for todays Swedish environment/lifestyle. Many "exotic" ingredients are substituted by locally available ingredients, and meal composition, cooking techniques, presentation, and tableware are also modified for everyday life in the foreign environment.

University

Lund University

Lund University
Lund, Sweden

Design

Lund University School of Industrial Design

Lund University
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Moe Takemura

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