dashi


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da·shi

 (dä′shē)
n.
A clear soup stock used in Japanese cuisine, typically made from kombu and flakes of dried skipjack tuna.

[Japanese, from dashi, a taking out, extracting, verbal noun of dasu, to take out, bring out, from Old Japanese idasu, causative of idu, to go out, come out.]

dashi

(ˈdaʃɪ)
n
(Cookery) a clear stock made from dried fish and kelp
[C20: Japanese]

dashi

A clear stock made from tuna and seaweed. Used in Japanese cooking.
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The texture of the fish justified the invention of the sous vide bath, the dashi stock light but humming with umami, while the black salt and vinegar powder that covered the whole thing was addictively brilliant.
Even if our tripods and lights, computers and notepads, forks and plates smudged with smears of sea urchin, and traces of truffle dashi trash a very old, very polished, very expensive petrified Great Western Maple wood table that needs to be cleared NOW.
Or trade up to the seven-course Clogwyn, where for PS135 (to include wine) you can eat your way through such delicacies as salmon with dashi and puffed grains, lamb with tomato, aubergine and morroccan spices and strawberry, lime and lemon verbena.
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According to the note accompanying this text in XQSC, xiaoshi (small shi) is treated the same as dashi [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (big shi) here.
95 Waygu Beef marinated with dashi broth on a fresh baked sourdough roll.
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Survivors include his caregivers Tyrone Murray, Darrell Neal, Dashi Sho-Johnson, Mashi Sho-Johnson, Edmond Johnson and Michael Barnes and special people in his daily life: Kaki Roach, Linda Caywood, Deborah Wooley, Remona Robinson and Mel Thomas.
The first axis of the interpellation is related to "violating provisions of the constitution, and laxity regarding state prestige besides harming state capabilities," according to Dashi, while the second is on "failure to observe the constitution regarding the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) security pact, signed on 13 November 2012.
Hugh Sato Gardiner, corporate chef, Okku: For Japanese cuisine, basics like the way you prepare rice, fillet a fish, make dashi (bonito) stock, are crucial and cannot be negotiated.
His message at the packed lecture hall of the Culinary Institute of America was that Japanese cooking aims for balance, and there is nothing better to achieve this balance than dashi, soup stock with the clearest umami taste.
The raw fish includes sashimi (with a choice of fish including tuna, salmon, red snapper, yellowtail and scallops) with herb miso and yuzu soy; and various nigiri, served with dashi soy.