No ONE would know this Poke Bowl doesn't have REAL FISH

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37 thoughts on “No ONE would know this Poke Bowl doesn't have REAL FISH

  • at 9:05 pm
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    A single tine whisk, hahahaha that was subtle bro

  • at 9:22 pm
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    I'd encourage anyone thinking of a rice cooker to try steaming their rice first. You put the rice in a bowl with the same amount of water(by volume) or 50% more water depending on the texture you want, put the bowl in a bot with boiling water(just enough to create steam for about 12 minutes, you don't want the bowl floating) and give it 12-13 minutes. It makes rice perfectly, quickly and you don't have to buy an extra aplience that's going to take space in your kitchen and become wastif you end up not needing it. You can eat the rice from the same bowl you are going to eat it in so it even saves you a dish.

    I really don't get the need for a rice cooker.

  • at 9:52 pm
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    Thank you for reminding me to cancel my subscription to a completely unrelated company.

  • at 11:27 pm
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    JUST SHAKE ITTTTTT💀💀💀

  • at 12:24 am
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    for simple rice cooking, I personally like the microwaveable silicon rice pots. You can adjust the cook times depending on the type of rice and really dial it in for each rice variety. Super simple…no need to watch it for burning.

  • at 2:13 am
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    For those who don't know, pepino means cucumber in Spanish!! 😊

  • at 2:32 am
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    As a local from Maui, Hawaii, Maui Grown, I’m the only person in my family who hasn’t ever eaten Poke. Any seafood that enters my mouth, it’s a breath away from death. I’m also Plant Based, so I’m looking forward to make this.

  • at 3:27 am
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    tell me why you are vegan…. wrong answers only

  • at 4:39 am
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    Any level of zojirushi rice cooker. Go for what you can afford.

  • at 4:55 am
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    Zojirushi

  • at 8:57 am
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    Pressure cookers like the Instant pot are also good for rice.

  • at 9:54 am
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    "JUST SHAKE IT!!!"

  • at 1:23 pm
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    If you want a dedicated rice cooker that is designed for rice, get a Zojirushi. They're incredible and cook all kinds of rice. My friend has one, it's god-tier. I, on the other hand, use my instant pot to cook perfect rice. There's a perfect set of procedures for every kind of rice, and I don't have to sacrifice space in my small apartment kitchen having a slow-cooker, rice cooker, and pressure cooker. Either option is delightful.

  • at 1:50 pm
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    'Pepino' means cucumber in spanish, so yeah it's gonna taste like cukes lol X)

  • at 4:17 pm
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    lmfaoooo i’m happy you got that “shake the living heck out of it” out 😂😂😂 i understand

  • at 8:31 pm
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    Sauce Stache! i can't believe i never thought of this before but has your wife ever been told she looks vaguely like UFC Fighter Joanna Jędrzejczyk?

  • at 1:09 am
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    I cook rice in pressure cooker. 22 min for brown rice, 7-8 min for white rice. Plus 10 min natural release.
    I cook a lot and put some in freezer: 4 cups of rice + 4 tsp Himalayan pink salt + 1 1/2 tsp turmeric (for color and health benefits) + black pepper + 5 cups of water (I don't like al dente rice)

  • at 3:17 am
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    I can't wait to try these, well the watermelon and yam cake one. Thanks for sharing this

  • at 3:45 am
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    I like when your hilarious

  • at 11:27 am
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    I have had a Royal (USA) and a Zojirushi (Japan) rice cooker. Both are simple and what they do is cook rice. They'll steam sweet potatoes, if you insist, and do that just fine. And you can put (cooked) beans in the cooking rice, or mushrooms, or chestnuts and it's all good. But what I want them to do is cook rice. And that they do, superbly. I have heard that the Instant Pot is NOT as good as a dedicated rice cooker. I have heard that here in Japan, where people take their rice VERY seriously, kitchens are tiny and nobody's going to have room for bunches of small appliances. People here do like Instant Pots, but just not as rice cookers.

  • at 7:54 pm
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    He is the bald Seth Rogan of vegan substitution

  • at 9:40 pm
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    When you asked for rice cooker recommendations, my husband and I simultaneously started chanting "Zoji! Zoji! Zoji!" Seriously, Zojirushi rice cookers are amazing. We love ours.

  • at 6:15 am
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    If you want a rice cooker that is only a rice cooker, get a zojirushi. If you want a rice cooker that can give you more than one application, go with an instant pot. Makes beautiful rice plus so much more

  • at 3:47 pm
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    Meant to comment on your last rice video. A real simple way to make rice without a rice cooker.
    Measure your rice the same way everytime. So whether it's a half cup or whatever, use the same thing everytime. I have a scoop from an old rice cooker I have, so I do two of those for my family.
    Wash as you do.
    Cover with water and let sit for 30 mins.
    Drain rice and add the same size scoop of cold water. For me 2 scoops of rice, 2 scoops of water.
    Put on stove on high heat with a good lid until it bubbles up.
    Reduce heat to very low, put on different burner on your stove.
    Wait for all the water to evaporate, don't lift the lid.
    This usually takes 6/7 mins but depends on amount of rice and your burner. I like to tip the pot sideways and see if water comes out of the rice.
    Set aside for 10 mins. Don't lift the lid. This is to finish the rice, let it absorb any remaining water and steam.
    Perfect foolproof rice everytime and no burned spots!!!

  • at 5:52 pm
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    rice doesnt need to be washed its a matter of preference thats why people dont

  • at 5:57 pm
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    wheres the protein source in that dish ? should have more focus on the protein content in the meat replacements. Really dont understand why so much focus is getting the flavour and texture right when the most attractive feature of the meat is how rich in complete proteins and a lot of times very low in calories aswell

  • at 8:34 pm
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    You are a disgrace to men and humanity in general. But I am thankful for morons like you because how would we know what is right if it weren´t for idiots like you, it is the beauty of the Grand Design <3

  • at 8:58 pm
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    I'm not a vegan or vegetarian, but I enjoy your videos!

    Sometimes a meatless meal hits the spot!

  • at 9:11 pm
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    If you don’t have a rice cooker, but you have a pressure cooker you could use that. If you want to make rice in the pressure cooker it’s a 1:1 ration of rice and liquid. You can add a little more water if needed. You can use a rice setting if the pressure cooker has it, if not you can cook it 10-12 min on medium or high pressure and let it naturally release for better results.

  • at 1:24 am
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    I recently tried a vegan poke with the Zeastar ”fish”. I thought the taste was very boring (I’ve never had poke with real fish so it’s not a comparison). It basically just tasted like slightly salty water, it could’ve just as well not been there. I would much prefer something like tofu.

  • at 5:18 am
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    Tiger rice cookers last forever. Mine is over 10 years old. Perfect every time.

  • at 8:51 am
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    Kanjaku is more filling than the others, too. You’ll be hungry after eating the others.

  • at 12:34 pm
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    My (not actually) Rice Cooker recommendation:

    Don't bother with the unitasker. Get an Instant Pot! You can get beans cheaper dried, less sodium, and the aquafava is still AMAZING for making mayo/whipped cream/whatever you use it for (I use it in tofu quiche too)

    Plus newer models have yogurt making and other specialty features I bet you'd have a blast playing with.

    Love my InstantPot.

  • at 12:39 pm
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    Have loved this whole channel for years. Would like to see music credits in the description, though.

  • at 7:02 pm
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    Loved this video, I've been curious about the zeaster. I actually ordered the sake, I've been meaning to pick some up but haven't gotten around to it and then just saw this video. 😂 Perfect timing. 😉

  • at 10:01 pm
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    I'm not at all vegan nor have I ever heard of poke, but I gotta say, these look really good

  • at 10:56 pm
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    Long time bro great to see you going strong man, the algorithm has hidden you from my feed for so long. I hope life is treating you well.

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