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Embark on a culinary journey across the world without leaving your kitchen! This guide provides users with authentic recipes from various regions, historical contexts behind each dish, and tips on sourcing local ingredients. Dive into the flavors, traditions, and stories that make each meal special. Perfect for food enthusiasts looking to expand their palate and cooking repertoire.

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Completion - GPT-3.5 (text-davinci-003)
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I'm interested in exploring traditional Japanese cuisine. Can you provide me with an authentic dish, its background, and some sourcing tips?
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Dish: Tempura Background: Originating in the 16th century, Tempura was introduced to Japan by Portuguese traders and missionaries. This dish consists of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep-fried to perfection. It quickly became popular in Japan and was integrated into the local cuisine with a unique Japanese touch. Tempura is often enjoyed with a dipping sauce called tentsuyu, made from dashi, mirin, and soy sauce. Sourcing Tips: For the best flavor, use fresh ingredients. If making seafood tempura, consider visiting a local fish market for the freshest catch. Authentic tempura batter is light; to achieve this, use ice-cold water when mixing. For the tentsuyu dipping sauce, source high-quality dashi or make your own using kombu (kelp) and bonito flakes. Both can be found in Asian supermarkets or specialty stores. Serve tempura with daikon radish and ginger for an authentic experience.
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