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MARKET & STORY shared Great Big Story's video. 4 hrs · Pause -2:03 Additional Visual SettingsEnter Watch And ScrollEnter Fullscreen Unmute 5,230,990 Views Great Big Story with All Nippon Airways. October 4, 2016 · Who doesn’t love wasabi with their sushi? Unfortunately, real wasabi is the most difficult plant in the world to grow commercially. Fortunately, there’s Daio Wasabi Farm.

Great Big Story with All Nippon Airways. about 10 months ago · Who doesn’t love wasabi with their sushi? Unfortunately, real wasabi is the most difficult plant in the world to grow commercially. Fortunately, there’s Daio Wasabi Farm. 5,231,071 Views Oscar del Rosario LikeCommentShare Top Comments 53K アヤ バレンズエラ, Eric Pangilinan and 53K others 75,575 shares Comments Great Big Story Great Big Story Want more Great Big Stories like this? Why not, right? You can subscribe to our newsletter here: Great Big Story GREATBIGSTORY.COM Like · Reply · 51 · October 5, 2016 at 10:51pm Manage 3 Replies Kelsy Morrison Kelsy Morrison Wow! This is so cool! I dislike wasabi- but I respect these guys and the immense amount of hard work they do for their perfect crop! Like · Reply · 494 · October 4, 2016 at 7:43am Manage 16 Replies Marcus Williams Marcus Williams This plant comes from the earth raised up in living spring water... This is one of the ways the Japanese people live the longest on the planet. They eat foods that are alive like Wasabi! Like · Reply · 241 · October 17, 2016 at 3:44pm Manage 16 Replies Katherine J. Kaye Katherine J. Kaye For God's sake don't tell Nestle or they'll buy the entire water supply, sell it for 20 bucks a bottle, shut down production, and buy cheap land out from under the feet of indigenous people in sub-Saharan Africa and grow horseradish there. Like · Reply · 134 · October 24, 2016 at 5:50am Manage 3 Replies Tan Yi Rui Tan Yi Rui This video is abit confusing, at starting it says wasabi is too expensive, hard to grow, hard to maintain and only can harvest 1.5 years later. But at the middle part, the wasabi company that established more than 100 years ago. It says they harvest from 300k to 400k every year, isn't it confuse you? So all the good wasabi will be kept in Japan only and letting "foreign country" eat horse radish? Lol... Like · Reply · 25 · October 6, 2016 at 10:20am Manage 14 Replies Jessica Herman Gräf Jessica Herman Gräf Don't dare to consider... It's not made for the mass's... every type of industrialization has even greater significance to our environment... Eat local, eat seasonal. Travel for new taste. Stop industry's destruction of our environment. Like · Reply · 140 · October 5, 2016 at 3:29pm · Edited Manage 6 Replies David Cox David Cox Wasabi and horseradish are similar in taste and pungency due to similar isothiocyanate levels.The primary difference between the two is color with Wasabi being naturally, go ahead and pay $160/kilo, chumps Like · Reply · 32 · October 5, 2016 at 5:07pm Manage 21 Replies Dave Worth Dave Worth Here's our local wasabi farm. A couple of the sushi bars in Portland have the fresh and real wasabi. It is a different product than most of us are used to. On The Road in Oregon: Wasabi… GARDENCOLLAGE.COM Like · Reply · 13 · March 20 at 12:41am Manage Daniela Jules Garza Daniela Jules Garza I had fresh wasabi in Japan and it was from a smaller independent farmer. What I was told that the most important thing for growing wasabi was clean water. I love wasabi! Like · Reply · 29 · October 18, 2016 at 7:13am Manage 3 Replies Steve Salvérius Steve Salvérius I usually only put soy sauce on the good stuff like salmon and tuna nigiri or sashimi, and keep the wasabi for spicing up the more boring stuff like maki's made of rice and vegetables. Like · Reply · 15 · October 5, 2016 at 7:42am Manage 4 Replies 10 of 5,261 View more comments Oscar del Rosario Write a comment...

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