How is wasabi made?

Answer Commercially prepared wasabi is pale green edible paste with a fiery heat similar to horseradish. In the U.S., it is commonly served as a spicy condiment with Japanese sushi and sashimi. The flavor... Read More »

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What does wasabi smell like?

I think it smells a bit like radishesDune

Wasabi...What exactly does it taste like?

It somehow tastes like mustard but wasabi packs more punch. It will make you feel as if your head is being pressed real hard but in a sort of a good way. If you gotten too much in a bite, it will m... Read More »

Does anyone on here beside me like to snack on hot Wasabi peas Or know what they are Yum yum!?

Crush them up and press a seasoned tuna steak into them and grill it or just sear it on all sides.Your mouth will love you forever.

How to Eat Wasabi?

True wasabi---wasabia japonica---is a rare root plant native to Japan. The root is ground into a paste using an abrasive shark skin or porcelain grater. Most wasabi served in American sushi restaur... Read More »