For historical reasons, there are numerous fish-based dishes in Japanese cuisine. Even if red and white meat are employed in kitchens, fish and seafood are undoubtedly featured in all of the most popular dishes. Can Japanese food be made vegetarian? Without a doubt!
All of the most fascinating recipes may be made without the use of meat or fish. Ramen, Gyoza, delectable soups, and crisp tempura are all great with veggies instead of fish or meat. Even better, some could argue!
Being a vegetarian is not only an ethical and moral option, but it is also a method to eat healthier and feed the body with less processed and higher nutrient-dense foods.
The Complete Japanese Cookbook
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