What's the soup they always make for breakfast, what's the white one? Tofu?
Were you born yesterday OP?
Curry, it's obviously fucking curry
it's spaghetti and chicken soup
>what's the white one
The fuck, OP, you've never heard of a marshmallow bowl?
That shit is great, it's a staple of traditional Japanese cuisine.
Fermented anus soup
Food in chinese cartoons
Tried tofu once, it was awful
Stop trying to fit in
that's miso soup, was bretty good when i was fucking 11/10 pure japagrill in homeland fuxk i don't know why the put the tophu it in thou
was it plain tofu, because that shit tastes like the devil's butthole.
>hating on tofu
Natto > *
>Omelet with freshly sliced cucumber, tiny tomato and orange slices.
>fluffy rice cereal
>Mountain dew™ green tea
>steamed yams with carrots and sweat potato.
>cocoa marshmallow drink/soup
>Brown beans with cilantro.
Fucking delicious. I bet OP is an Amerifat. Foods without grease and oil only confuse him.
looks like cereal to me
>Mountain dew™ green tea
tofu is supposed to be soaked in something, soya, meat sauce, whatever, it tastes awful by itself.
All that MSG
Also soup is good for the health.
How long have you been watching anime, its Miso soup Husbands use it as a way to propose in Japan. "Will you make my morning Miso soup" Romantic isn't it.
Looks fucking disgusting.
Better than shit americans usually eat in the morning
No moe words, would not eat.
It doesn't need to be soaked in something, it just needs to have a sauce or be in something, tofu tends to take on the flavors of the ingredients it's cooked with.
Could it be that there are people so uncultured they don't know what miso soup is, let alone tofu? Then again, I am on /a/, so I suppose it is to be expected that there are some people who are totally out of touch with the outside/3D world.
well i suppose i worded it kinda badly, but yeah, that's more or less what i meant.
Hating on burgers and coke
no, but you clearly didn't catch an obvious joke.
>All that MSG
What about it?
watch cooking with dog OP, you'll learn a lot about foods in anime
Miso soup, I should find a Japanese restaurant in town, been a while since I last had some.
Also that breakfast looks awfully more delicious and healthy than Amerifat.
Most people I know don't bother eating breakfast
So where do i learn how to cook japanese food
These Japs and their shows
>not cooking the superior version
I always like those jelly donuts they eat.
is that BBQ sauce
>being a weeaboo
Not much meat in those old traditional Japanese dishes. It's the new versions that have meat in them. When the japanese people switched to a more western diet that had a lot more meat, their average height of their new generations became much taller.
Yet, still small.
dunno BBQ sauce, but i only know it under the name brown sauce. that stuff they also put it on pork cutlet.
OP's picture of a japanese breakfast has a plate with a 2 egg omelet, sliced cucumber, 2 cherry tomato, and 4 slices of that small japanese orange. The top middle pink bowl has natto while the top right cup has standard green tea. The blue bowl has white rice in it whereas the dark brown bowl has miso soup with 5 pieces of plain white tofu, julienne shavings of daicon, chives, and some other vegetable material I don't know. The greenish bowl has chunks of potato, carrot, and something that reminds me of kohlrabi slices but kohlrabi should not be in japanese breakfasts.
The natto is eaten as a flavoring accompainment with the rice. Both the miso soup and tea serve as the water because in ancient japan, you had to boil the water or get sickened by it. The omelet is typically stuffed with japanese rice which is a short or medium glutinous rice (sticky). American long grain rice would make a clumsy stuffing that spills out too easily. Unlike american omelet, the japanese one has a quarter-teaspoon of soy sauce and a little bit of mirin to brighten the taste. It has just as much cooking oil as american omelets, but the reason why so many americans think the japanese one tastes less oily is due to the mirin.
I never got what this is. Is it some kind of an omelette with ketchup on it? Very strange.
It's fried rice wrapped in egg.
Pork and beans with egg
Most japanese omelettes have a rice filling. Sometimes they put fried rice inside but small diced ham is another addition. It is typical to put ketchup on top. At the maid cafe, they use the ketchup to write some short message.
now I can make oishii bento for senpai ^_^
the best omelette i have eaten was at a malaysian/chinese/vietnamese restaurant.
It has onion, meat, chives, a brown sauce that may be oyster and something else.
But was absolutely beautiful.
Too bad the restaurant closed down.
No shit it closed down. The only way it could be dirtier is if it was run by a Filipino/Mexican half-breed.
Better google and make omurice for you're waifu.
That's like saying "stop trying to not be a faggot"
Rice + egg + ketchup
Fucking disgusting. Not even natto can be this bad.
I usually start my day with a bowl of rice with miso soup with a raw egg in the soup. The material costs around $10 and lasts you at least 3 weeks.
>eat rice every day
You get sick of it.
It's surprisingly good, and I'm not a big fan of ketchup.
>tfw when eating white person's rice for the first time
That shit is weird. And I could never get sick of rice. I could live off of rice and radishes, if it wouldn't kill me from malnutrition.
>not eating asian noodle dishes
You seem like a wonderful person. Unlike those fucking Malaysian, Chinese, or Vietnamese. Everybody knows that it is all a huge conspiracy that the cuisine of those cultures is widely considered by food critics and foodies alike to be fantastic. Of course, I have never tried it myself, because I refuse to eat the food of inferior raced scum like those fucking Asians. At least I know you agree with me.
Ketchup is only good for the writing.
I find that using homemade or a good brand of tomato pasta sauce for the rice filling gives it a better taste.
>used to be allergic to rice
I'm a disgrace to the family.
Isn't white people rice all not sticky and smells weird?
Japanese ramen is the shit, the soup is a bit too rich though.
Yeah, and the grain size is larger too. Like puffed cheetos vs. crunchy cheetos.
>sick of eating rice
you're not asian then
How? I feel physically ill if I don't have rice every 2 days.
>white people rice
Not as bad as when people who don't know how to cook rice boil the grains in a potful of water like they're boiling spaghetti or something and then scoop it out all sopping wet. Fucking disgusting.
You fucking kidding me? Since I left home, one of the main things I miss is the rice.
White person's rice?
Can we be friends?
That's why we have a rice cooker. Cooking rice without one is pretty damn hard.
He's probably talking about long-grain rice. "Asian" rice is usually short-grain.
Are you asian
I can't even cook an egg right, but cooking rice is easy as fuck.
>tfw not asian
>tfw no evolutionary carbohydrate tolerance
>tfw cant eat cheap delicious foods without losing your gains
Japanese diet - Fish, Rice, Vegestables
American diet - Triple Baconator
Cooking rice is harder than cooking a egg. You have the watch the fire and the water level has to be just right.
>white rice with a small amount of ketchup mixed in
Bretty gud if eated with something else, alternatively
>white rice mixed with mayo
You have shit taste. Literally. I'm guessing you had plain tofu.
Egg is weird for me
>tfw can't do sunny side but can easily make scrambled egg
>not eating your white rice with vinegar and soy sauce
You sure it wasn't rice soup?
Lucky for me I never "got sick of it" because we always switched it up at home (western some days, Korean other days).
That being said, the shit in anime always looks so delicious to me.
>white rice mixed with mayo
I can't fathom how odd that would taste.
>implying a mediocre scrambled egg is hard to make
Definitely, the only thing not asian about me is that my English is better than my Chinese.
Ah, I think short grain rice is actually more uncommon here.
Kewpie mayo is odd. It's more like heavy cream with vinegar in it.
>always switched it up at home
Genius, why didn't my family think of that?
how can you not cook an egg, most types are just fried with variations of breaking open the yolk or not
Fried egg is really difficult, low heat is the way to go.
how the fuck can you get sick of rice? don't you realize for thousands of years we were fighting for our rice! it's good with everything: hotdog, spam, portuguese sausage, fish, sashimi, eggs and ketchup, steak, all other seafood, seaweed, holy fuck this shit goes on.
>That's why we have a rice cooker. Cooking rice without one is pretty damn hard
Occasionally I will use a stainless steel pot to cook rice. That's because after getting all the rice out, there is that coating on the bottom. I carefully put the pot on low heat and dry it out a little, then use a plastic spatula to get it out. A lot of times it comes out in one to three big pieces. I then chew on that since it is somewhat crispy. I know I am not the only one that likes that; even Detective Conan mentioned that aspect of rice cooking as seen in the picture.
How is your first day on this board?
You fucking philistine. Are you equating a soft boiled egg to an egg fried hard? The yolk doesn't break in both cases but they're clearly fucking different.
>Always ate eggs with ketchup on them
>Dad told me that's how some presidents ate their eggs
>Made me feel like a patrician
>Now realizing that I was a pleb all along
I'm sure. He was serving white rice with some Asian veggies but the way he cooked the rice was just horrifying.
Tofu is not meant to be eaten on it's own - it 'absorbs'/takes on the flavours of the dish.
But my scrambled egg is the best.
Does that mean they only eat risotto rice but without the parmesan ?
I can't understand how the japanese eat rice without butter or a sauce of some kind. Sounds disguting.
White person here who isn't a retarded sub-human Asian.
"White people rice" is just long grain rather than short grain. It's taste is about the same.
Everyone knows jasmine and yellow rice are best though.
Kewpie is real mayo (like what you get if you make some from scratch), the white stuff is processed foods tier
Then it's a matter of heat and timing.
So good it even glows, I laughed pretty hard at that scene
>5 trillion years of traditional cooking
>Disgusting western colonialism
They had to make a choice, anon.
Do you make food for your family/yourself? Cuz I do, don't regret learning to cook either. I can pretty much make anything now.
clearly I meant all when I said most
Kewpie isn't "real mayo" it's mayo made with rice vinegar, egg yolk, and MSG. So much fucking MSG, it's delicious.
"Regular mayo" is made with just egg yolks and regular vinegar with no MSG.
>I can't understand how the japanese eat rice without butter or a sauce of some kind.
It's not just the japanese, and it's not disgusting. You usually eat rice with side dishes anyways.
Fucking this. I love the crispy part.
I get your waifu wet like that stuff
scrambled egg is literally the easiest thing ever to do
just poor some egg into a pan and mix it
continue heating until its yellow. There's literally no way to fuck up some scrambled egg.
Aw yes, rice thread.
the menu was a combination of foods from the three I named.
a menu divided into 3 menus
You really learn to appreciate japanese food when you become a true poorfag. You can buy a whole chicken and make countless meals out of it.
>mfw I'm cooking 3 cups of rice a day
To be fair that's what people did before rice cookers, so they're not too far off
>I can't understand how the japanese eat rice without butter or a sauce of some kind. Sounds disguting
You don't always mix butter or sauce into the standalone bowl of rice. The rice accompanies one of the other dishes as its chewed, so there is plenty of flavor. It is only your misunderstanding that each food item must be eaten solely by itself one at a time.
As for sauces, Japan has plenty of sauces and gravies to go with rice. I've seen plenty of those bottles in their convenience stores on a trip to Tokyo. I also see them stateside along with sauces that are meant to be added to rice when you start cooking as opposed to the final product.
You're right, it's Mongolian Moving Pictures
It's Taiwanese Television Data, you uncultured pleb.
I've never heard of it.
Don't you just put enough water for the rice to absorb and become fluffy? It's not that hard to eye it once you've cooked rice a few times.
I laughed way too hard at that
It's Thighland Theater.
Fools. The lot of you.
It's Vivid Vietnamese Visuals.
It's like you idiots have never heard of Russian Rotoscoping
...korean nickelodeons ?
You cold have at least said Nepalese
>hot dog with rice
We can all agree that KyoAni draws the best food right?
Too bad they can only draw cripple legs though.
>put rice in a pot
>put your stretched hand on rice
>pour water until it barely covers the tip of your back of the hand
>don't open the lid until it's done cooking
>you now mastered cooking sticky rice without a rice cooker
also eating white rice everyday nowdays is not the best diet since it's full of carbohydrates. that's why asian people put other grains such as black beans in addition to the white rice to balance it out. but once you go back to white rice again, it tastes glorious...
Except that looks like mushy, soggy shit.
Which is probably not far off from what you eat everyday.
Oh god what the fuck, mushrooms and peas? Gross.
Best omurice coming through
I did this the other day, but threw in a load of random curry spices like cumin, turmeric, garam masala, etc. It was fucking delicious and I don't know how.
>/a/ - Gohan & Bento
That's not omurice
Please go, Filipino.
Just wanted to say that. No pinoy hatred dough.
What asian country are you from? I can understand if you're indian or something where the rice is dry and has like over quadrillion spices because they know it's shit.
u wot m8
Shit goes with everything. As I type this I'm enjoying some rice with Japanese Curry. Next you'll tell me you get sick of bread. Tell me, Westerners, do you actually get sick of bread?
I'm Asian and I get sick of bread all the time. Rice is superior.
Mai 3D waifu
>sick of bread
How do you get sick of bread? I mean, I could probably eat sandwiches forever
Sandwiches are kind of lame imo.
They take a lot of effort to make and they get soggy if you don't eat them quicky.
It's a lot simpler with rice. Get a plate. Put some rice on. Put some sauce/food on top. Done.
Hearty. Fast. Simple. Delicious.
my meal is never complete without rice. Been eating that stuff since I was born. No rice means shit meal.
>Sandwiches are kind of lame
What the fuck is wrong with you? Sandwiches are the ultimate food.
A good batch of fried rice trumps quite a few sandwiches
I can never get sick of bread. Bread is amazing.
Bread also goes with anything.
>Sandwiches are the ultimate food.
Convenient on the go? Yes.
Better than rice dishes? No. Not in versatility, not taste and not in ease of preparation. The only things sandwiches have on rice dishes is that they're easy to eat and convenient.
You can put anything between 2 pieces of bread and call it a sandwich, including your rice dishes. So how are the rice dishes on their own better than sandwiches as a whole?
It's wedding soup retard
HOPPED UP OUT MY CAR