Japanese Nabe 鍋物

  • Published on : 13/11/2020
  • by : Caroline Klein
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In Japanese, nabe (pronounced "nah-beh") simply means pot. Nabe ryori (pot cooking) has become a generic term for meals cooked in a pot - vegetables, meat and noodles or rice cooked at the table in a communal pot.

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