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Review E book from my friend ( youlin)

Are you food lover in Japanese cuisine?

YL-JP-Kitchen-BigHere, I want to share you one amazing Japanese cooking ebook – “ A Touch Of YouLin’s Japanese Kitchen” from my friend, YouLin. It is 136 page premium Japanese cookbook featured over 108 healthy recipes which YouLin has compiled over a period of 10 years in his experience and research as Japanese chef.

The recipes that have been described in the ebook included from sashimi, sushi, chicken, fish, seafood, tofu, salad, vegetables and more.

These recipes are not easy to locate anywhere else and designed to allow you to cook premium restaurant style Japanese food from your own home!

Although, I have been working as a Chef in Japanese restaurant for 15 years, I was totally attracted by the recipes and tips that YouLin shared in the ebook. I really appreciate and I think I can make use of most recipes in my daily Japanese cooking now.

The recipes in the ebook come along with complete details of the ingredients that would be used, the measurements that should be taken and the steps that should be followed.

I am sure that you will be able to cook a delicious and healthy Japanese dish by following each and every step very carefully. So, impress a date and enjoy great experience with your friends and family with the mouth watering Japanese dishes now!

# For Muslim, you may use chicken as substitution of pork, change mirin (sweet sake) to sugar syrup.

# You can find most of the ingredients at Japanese specialty stores or at the Asian aisle of most big supermarkets or even buy online. Of course, you may purchase from me as well J

Get One Copy Now ClickHere

Thank You.

Chef Man

Happy New Year 2009

“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.”
– Edith Lovejoy Pierce

“An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.”
– Bill Vaughan


Tako, the Japanese word for “octopus“. Tako also popular in japanese food recipes for Sushi or Sashimi, and is great for impressing guests.
Once you’ve learnt how to prepare this unusual dish, you will be able to serve it at almost any occasion, and your dinner parties will soon rival the exquisite meals served at top restaurants and hotels, such as the renowned in-house Britannia Hotel restaurant in Manchester. This delicacy is quick to prepare and tastes great with many of the other recipes on this website.

This delicacy is quick to prepare and tastes great with many of the other recipes on this website.
See a video how to cut octopus@nitako.

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