まぃぁさなにをたべますか. マレーシアにナシレマッ.

 

What do Japanese たべます(eat) every day?

 

bento
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One of the many reasons I am looking forward for this trip is to get closer to understand culturally, what Japanese eat every day. I am curious; do they eat like I do in the morning? My favorite is still Nasi Lemak (ナシレマッ) as a ぁさごはん(breakfast). See here to have a visual experience of Nasi Lemak and I hope your senses let you feel this lovely food. Good Old Nasi Lemak Nasi Lemak, essentially is ごはん(rice) cooked in ココナッツのにゅぅ(coconut milk) and to be eaten with condiments of ピーナッツ(peanuts) , たまご(boiled egg) andアンチョビ(anchovies). It is usually savored with “sambal”, a spicy chili paste cooked with prawn paste and anchovies.

So what about the Japanese, what do they savored on in the morning? I read somewhere that they love ごはん(white rice), ナット(nuts), たまご(egg; fired egg 目玉焼き), とうふ(tofu) and みそ(miso) sup.

What about はるごはん(lunch)? In マレーシア(Malaysia) we have a wide range of choice considering that we are a multi cultured society. Traditional food here range from Malay cuisine to Chinese and Indian food, we are spoilt for choices! Heard a lot about  べんとう(Bento) in Japan! Some tell me that I can find them in 7-Eleven and other convenient store. Can’t wait to see them!. A simple box with ごはん(rice), つけもの (pickles), choice of にく(meat) or さかな(fish) and some やさぃ(vegetables). I wonder how it costs ぃくらですか. Will it be the same as the ones here?

ばんごはん dinner? I am getting hungry already! Tell more please. Will they topping up dinner with ビール(beer) or ぉさけ(o sake)? Well, looking forward to that!

 

Cheers!

…keep browsing どぅもぁリがとぅござぃます

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