Nowadays, people put Japanese green tea into almost everything. Just a few of the more unique green tea combos include green tea alcoholic beverages, green tea fudge bars, and, of course, the ever popular green tea Kit Kats. However, there’s one green tea combination that’s been a standard in Japanese cuisine for centuries. We’re talking about green tea-rice. Although many Westerners might not have heard about this combination, green tea-rice recipes are abound in the “Land of the Rising Sun.” In this article, we’ll take a look at a few of the most popular Japanese green tea-rice recipes, some of which you can cook in your own kitchen. But first, let’s explore the interesting history of an old Japanese standard: brown rice green tea.
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