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Making Onigiris!

My sister agreed (very last minute!) to demonstrate how to make a Japanese Onigiri...which is a very common lunch/snack eaten over there! 
I also think she'd appreciate me adding that she's pregnant....I think she looks adorable, but thought I would add that in for her sake. :)



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11 comments:

leah said...

haha, you girls are too fun! :) i'm sure, as always, bek looked beautiful even though we didn't get to see her cute face! :)

thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

So cute, I loved watching.
You three girls are all so creative!

heidi said...

YAY for Onigiris!!!

Rebekah said...

thank you for keeping my face anonymous!

Bethie said...

you girls were the very first to introduce me to rice cookers... and come to think of it, I don't think I've seen one used since. it just seems so handy! great #8 tam, and thanks to bekah for the fun tutorial... though i was dying to see your face! :)

Daveana said...

SO fun! It looks really yummy! Thanks for sharing! I'm really loving these vlogs, you should do them all the time!

Sandra said...

oh bek....I am certain you looked adorable!! Lets just say can any of the three inoue girls EVER look bad??? I don't think so!!
Thanks for the vblog....I think my kids would love these!!

Brooke said...

Amen, Sandra! They never look bad. :)

Thanks! That sounds good- I think we would like that too- and it seems so easy!

Kasey said...

So fun! I want to make it! Thanks Tam and Bek!

Kasey said...

Okay, so I'm seriously interested in making these... I was wondering if it is possible to substitute brown rice, or does that just take it down a notch?!?! Do the Japanese ever eat brown rice?

Rebekah said...

Hey Kasey,
Tami asked me to answer your question. Most Japanese don't like brown rice so it's not commonly eaten. But my Dad has started eating it for health reasons. He has found a brown rice that has the consistency similar to the short grain white rice.

I think it would take it down a notch but as long as it was sticky enough to stick together in a ball and not just fall to pieces, it should work just fine!

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