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In Herbs Spices and Seasonings

What is wasabi?

Wasabi (also spelled wasabe) is the Japanese equivalent of horseradish. For more details, see the Related Link.
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What are the ingredients of wasabi?

\nWasabi is often referred to as Japanese horseradish. It is actually a member of the mustard family and grows wild in cool, wet, mountainous areas. The root-like portion of t (MORE)
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Is wasabi good for you?

Real wasabi has some of the same blood thinning properties as aspirin. Most of what is served in the US is simply ground horseradish rather than true wasabi.
In Herbs Spices and Seasonings

How do you pronounce wasabi?

It is prounounced as "wa-sa-bi", for sure. I don't why many people pronounce it as "wa-sa-be".
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What is the color of wasabi?

Wasabi is a member of the cabbage family and not as most people think related to the European horseradish. It grows naturally along stream beds in the mountain river valleys i (MORE)
In Food & Cooking

Where did wasabi originate?

Wasabi is a Japanese horseradish, a root vegetable that is grated into a paste or dried into powder form China
In Nuts

What are wasabi nuts?

wasabi nuts are a type of peanut that is covered in a wasabi flavoured crust, much like barbecue peanuts.
In Porcupines

Does wasabi have porcupine in it?

No , most wasabi is pureed regular white horseradish that is colored. True wasabi is made from Japanese horseradish.
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What does wasabie mean?

A Japanese plant (Eutrema wasabi) of the cabbage family with a thick green root that tastes like strong horseradish and is used in cooking..
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What does wasabi do if you eat it?

It burns you mouth similar to horseradish but less intense. Mainlythe fumes have a dramatic effect on your nasal passages.