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Sierra Nakano

Discovery is everywhere and I embrace it every chance I get. New experiences shape how we live, breathe and act and each place I've travelled to and each person I've met has somehow influenced my life for the better. My writing allows me to reflect upon my experiences and discoveries, jotting down every detail and memory, giving me the opportunity to share them with others. Yet, the world is enormous and filled with unlimited discoveries for me to experience and record. And my door, as well as my pen, will always be open to all of them.

7 Greek Food Bloggers To Follow

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Nowadays, Greek cuisine still has grounded roots from the foundation of ancient Greece. These dishes are full of bold flavors and textures that will surely make you want leftovers. Craving Mediterranean food? Check out what these Greek chefs are cooking in this list of delicious blogs. Lemon and Olives Una …

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8 Food Festivals You Can’t Miss In Greece

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Every year, locals celebrate healthy and flavorful foods at festivals all around Greece and the Mediterranean area. This list introduces some events which are specifically dedicated to Greek ingredients. This elements are popular in Mediterranean diets and offer diversity for many delicious meals. Lentils Festival Every year, on the day …

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6 Japanese Food Bloggers To Follow

japanese food blogger

Whether you are wanting to cook some Japanese food, feeling nostalgic of a past Japanese trip, or living in that country now, this is a list of blogs that other Japanese foodies, like you, have created. From bento and ramen, to restaurants and dessert, these blogs can help give your …

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7 Food Markets In Tokyo Every Foodie Should Visit

Tokyo food markets

It’s your day off, the sun is out, your stomach growls and your fridge is empty. Lucky for you, Tokyo has an abundance of farmer’s markets. They serve and sell fresh produce, gourmet specialties, and hot meals from nearby vendors or food trucks. In addition to giving you an array …

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6 Reasons Japanese Washoku Food Is So Good

Washoku food

The best part of Japanese food derives from the traditional word, washoku. Washoku comes from the Japanese characters wa, which means “Japanese” and/or “harmony”, and shoku, which means “food.” Although this word is many years old, families and restaurants today still create their meals based on washoku. Many of the …

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A Visual Guide To Eating Sushi In Japan

Sushi is not the hard, stale rice balls which have been sitting out in an American buffet. It is not made with canned tuna mixed with too much mayonnaise, then wrapped with a piece of seaweed. And it is most certainly not cucumbers and imitation crab with rice on the …

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6 Must-Go Food Festivals In Japan

Food Festivals in Japan

Japanese culture seems to embrace every chance it has to come together, as a family, neighborhood or country… and eat! Social gatherings are an important aspect of the Japanese culture, and one of the best ways for a tourist to experience this is to find a festival! Festivals happen almost …

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7 Greek Food Instagrammers You Should Be Following

Greek food instagrammers

Whether you’re in need of some dinner ideas, surfing the web, or trying to share your Greek recipes with the world, you should be following these Greek food Instagrammers. Their combination of close up succulent images and Greek restaurant destinations will make your mouth water and stomach growl. From desserts …

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7 Reasons Why Greek Food Is So Good

Greek food is so good

Not only is the Greek diet one of the healthiest, but it is also one of the most delicious! Greek foods travel so far back in history that it’s amazing to think today’s food is almost no different. It’s fresh, fun, and full of so many traditions that once you …

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