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Japanese Cuisine

by The Art Institutes

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Description

Learn from our renowned Chefs as they take you on a culinary tour through Japanese Cuisine.

Customer Reviews

Sorry to see this

At least in order to teach all these classic way to make sushi. I think you can find somebody who actually know what he doing to show it please. Because this kind of video going to reach a lot of people who interested in sushi. And what I see is sad. I love sushi and look forward to learn more about this topic. And this is not even close to what it is.

Sushi

Worst sushi demonstration ever. I guess you do really get what you pay for since this is a free video.

I just paid $100 an hour to have a sushi chef come to my home and he was worth every penny. I figured I'd watch the video to see if I could do it at home and it didn't help a bit. Waste of time!

Pretty cool!

I think what folks are complaining about in these videos is the chef's accent. English is obviously not his first language and combined with the cultural differences between the East and the West, you have a man who is giving his best to try to make the subject fun and lighthearted. I've taken quite a few sushi making courses and have won an amateur sushi competition and found at least the sushi video to be informative albeit very basic. It's for the rank beginner with very little cooking skill. Now, if you speed up the video to 1.25x, it'll make a lot more sense to our rapid-fire, I want this yesterday society. There are better videos on sushi making found elsewhere, but one star for these videos is pretty harsh.

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