History and uses of real wasabi

03/26/2007 | Hawaii Heatlh Guide

Contrary to what most diners believe, the green concoction they are served is rarely real wasabi -- often it is horseradish with food coloring. The real thing, one of the rarest and most difficult vegetables in the world to grow, is a ground rootlike rhizome that flavors Japanese dishes. The bright green color adds contrast, for which Japanese cuisine is famous.

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