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Smoked Salmon Sushi Roll

Japanese Onion Soup

Cream Cheese and Crab Sushi Rolls

Japanese Ginger Pork

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Japanese Fusion Guacamole

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No pictures at all, very terse instructions. Looks kind of crappy tbh.
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as someone stated above, no photos and it's pretty useless
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Lisa Aniston tells people how to make Japanese food ok
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With YouTube, why are people buying this? Very Hard to follow...
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Damn I'm hungry now.
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you only need good knife to cook raw fish Smilie
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2 reviews on amazon
Many negative comments.

...to "popular"/Frontpage here we come.
More junky FREE Kindle garbage getting free advertisement on SD
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authentic Japanese recipes..... "by Lisa Aniston"

it's a no from me dawg
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With YouTube, why are people buying this? Very Hard to follow...
I mean, it's free so......no ones really buying this.
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Confucius say man who buy text only cookbook never see the whole picture.
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About Lisa Aniston
From her Amazon bio page (https://www.amazon.com/Lisa-Anist...ebooks_1):

"Top shelf recipes for real families.

Lisa Aniston was travelling around the world, working with the most celebrated chefs in the world. Cooking was her passion since she was a little girl and she has been doing it professionally for the last five years. Throughout that time she was working in top restaurants all around the world, including London, New York and Sydney.

She has learned many different ways to prepare food and made it simple for everyone to enjoy. Now you get to experience only top quality meals through her books and passion every day."


This lady has been only cooking professionally for 5 years, yet somehow she has recipe books for authentic Japanese cuisine (with a somewhat offensive "Asian" font for the word "Japanese, as well as "Fruit infused waters" "Spice mix recipes" etc. Along with a dump of keyword tags at the bottom of each description?

It really looks to me like she's doing the bare minimum to create a passable book, then marketing/advertising the heck out of it to make some money as a side gig.

I honestly wouldn't buy this even if it was free, it'll just bump up her seller rankings.
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And that is a racist comment. You have no idea her life/cooking experience based on a name.
Couldn't give a crap about her life experiences. I wouldn't want to read a Japanese recipe book even if it was by Gordon ramsay or Anthony Bourdain or Nigella Lawson if there are undoubtedly many equally good or better options from actual Japanese people who have known the food intimately from birth
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Couldn't give a crap about her life experiences. I wouldn't want to read a Japanese recipe book even if it was by Gordon ramsay or Anthony Bourdain or Nigella Lawson if there are undoubtedly many equally good or better options from actual Japanese people who have known the food intimately from birth
You're prejudging. Somehow a non-Japanese can't cook as good as someone who was born Japanese? And what happens if Ms Aniston is part Japanese and learned who cooking from her Japanese grandmother or grandfather?
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