Asian cuisines span many diverse cultures...

Among each of these cuisines, a constant is rice, often served at each meal. In China, noodles are very also common and come in many shapes and sizes and are usually served in broth with varying toppings. Seasonings used in many Chinese dishes include ginger, garlic, white pepper, sesame oil, Szechuan peppercorns, star anise, and fennel. Seafood is an integral part of Japanese cuisine, and is often served raw as sashimi or sushi. Sushi is a difficult skill to perfect, but if you’re craving the flavors of Japanese cooking, our Asian Sesame Tuna Rub will make it easy. Thai food focuses on lightly prepared dishes with strong and often spicy components. A few common ingredients in Thai cooking include coconut milk, fish sauce, makrut lime leaves, Thai basil, lime, galangal, lemongrass, coriander, shiitake mushrooms, and chiles.

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