Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup)

Profound world of Buta shabu (slice of pork in hot soup) Not blind tasting sake but blind tasting pork might be fun
Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup)
The custom of eating all body parts of the pig enables to have variety of pork dishes in Okinawa. “Buta shabu (slices of pork boiled in hot soup)” is a popular plate among the locals and travelers that provides tasty pork in a reasonable price. Agu pork (traditional breed Okinawa pig) is the famous brand pork, although because there are certain standards of pork, many other breeds are reared. Starting from Churaumiton, Benibuta, Kotobukiton, Yanbaruton, Choujyubuta, and other brands are served as shabu shabu. To savor the rich taste of Okinawa pork, soup stock is used and not ponzu sauce or sesame sauce. Enjoy the different kind pork around Okinawa.

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