In Japan there is a fire alarm that can wake deaf people by spraying wasabi in the air popularmechanics.com/tech…
Wasabi is so expensive and difficult to grow, that almost all of it on the market is in fact dyed horseradish. huffingtonpost.co.uk/entr…
95%-99% of the wasabi you eat at American sushi restaurants is actually horseradish died green. You're not getting the real thing. huffpost.com/entry/fake-w…
Japanese researchers have created a fire-alarm for the deaf. It’s a gadget that emits a wasabi mist which will wake the endangered person and get them out of the building alive! theguardian.com/science/2…
Most of the wasabi served outside of Japan is mostly just horseradish with green food coloring, not the true Wasabia Japonica. huffpost.com/entry/fake-w…
Sushi pizza originates from Canada. Th dish was invented by Kaoru Ohsada while working at Nami Japanese Seafood Restaurant chef in Toronto. It uses a fried rice patty as the base and a variety of toppings drizzled with mayonnaise and wasabi powder. The dish is often served in wedges. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sus…
Wasabi is sometimes referred to as "Japanese horseradish". In Japan, horseradish is referred to as "western wasabi". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Was…
Tear gas fumes assault the same chemical receptors as the ones activated while eating wasabi npr.org/sections/health-s…
Almost all wasabi sold in the US is just mustard and horseradish. mentalfloss.com/article/6…
Wasabi was originally eaten with sushi to kill bacteria and parasites in the fish. Now with better sanitary conditions it's not needed and eaten just out of habit en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/C…
Elmo’s favorite food is wasabi sesameplace.com/philadelp…
Due to wasabi's high cost, most 'wasabi' is actually mixture of horseradish, mustard, starch and green food coloring. Www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wa…
The wasabi we eat in the US is fake. Real Wasabi is hard to cultivate and expensive to mass produce businessinsider.com/most-…
Most of the wasabi you've eaten is likely just horseradish and food dye huffingtonpost.com/2014/0…
Wasabi is typically a mix of European horseradish, mustard, and food coloring as authentic wasabi loses flavor in 15 minutes cen.acs.org/articles/88/i…
Wasabi has been researched as a fire alarm for the deaf. When tested, the subject woke up within 10 seconds of the vapor being sprayed in his room. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Was…
Japanese researchers created a smoke alarm for the hard of hearing that pumps super-spicy wasabi mist into the air. news.discovery.com/tech/g…
Japanese created a smoke alarm for those who can't hear, that pumps super-spicy wasabi mist into the air to alert them. news.discovery.com/tech/g…
Researchers have experimented with using Wasabi vapor to create silent fire alarms for the deaf. inventorspot.com/articles…
Wasabi is not made from chillies but from a plant in the cabbage family simple.wikipedia.org/wiki…
Mustard and wasabi aren't spicy until crushed. Only when the plant's cells are damaged can two otherwise harmless components mix and produce allyl isothiocyanate, the compound responsible for the familiar pungent taste. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mus…
In America, we aren't eating real Wasabi in Sushi restaurants. It's a mixture of horseradish, mustard, and food coloring. huffingtonpost.com/2014/0…
Most wasabi sold in the US is just horseradish with food coloring. realwasabi.com/news/index…
Following the acquisition of traditional British sweetie firm Rowntree, by Nestle, it is possible to buy Kit Kat in Japan in a number of exotic flavours: Wasabi, Strawberry Cheesecake, Matcha Green Tea, Ogura Toast, Shichimi 7 Spice Blend and Rum Raisin. tastemade.com/shows/tale-…
Most wasabi eaten in the United States is actually just a blend of horseradish, mustard, and food coloring due to the prices of real wasabi. shine.yahoo.com/food/the-…
Wasabi is being used in smoke alarms for deaf people. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Was…
Most Wasabi served across the world isn’t the real thing. It comes from grating the root of the wasabi plant native only to Japan, unlike the horseradish and spice mix that is usually served. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Was…
In Japan, Kit Kats come in a variety of unusual flavors, including Wasabi, Edamame, Green Tea, and Purple Sweet Potato kotaku.com/5983276/15-fla…
Japan has over 200 Kit Kat flavors (including wasabi) affotd.com/2012/04/05/god…
Most wasabi isn't really wasabi, it's just horseradish mixed with green food colouring. We've been duped. boozenews.ca/index.php?it…
, among other health benefits, wasabi kills e-coli and other food born bacteria. wasabi.org/articles/wasab…
There is a smoke detector for the deaf and blind that sprays allyl isothiocyanate, the chemical that gives horseradish and wasabi their pungency, to notify them of the hazard. blogs.scientificamerican.…
Almost all "wasabi" outside of Japan is actually horseradish and food coloring en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/W…
There's no real wasabi in the "wasabi" paste you get at sushi restaurants nuvomagazine.com/palate/p…
Most American wasabi (90-99%) is in fact fake. Real wasabi is very hard to cultivate and therefore not so readily available youtube.com/watch?v=_EYWW…
Most wasabi served in America isn't actually wasabi at all. It's a mixture of horseradish, mustard, starch, and food coloring. sushifaq.com/sushi-sashim…
The 2011 Ig Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to the researchers for determining the ideal density of airborne wasabi to wake Deaf people in the event of an emergency. todayulearned.com/index.p…
Wasabi served in restaurants is a mixture of horseradish, mustard, and food coloring. Most people have never eaten real wasabi. realwasabi.com
There is almost no wasabi in the "wasabi" you order at Japanese restaurants. It is actually a mixture of horseradish and food coloring. huffingtonpost.com/entry/…
Most Wasabi is Actually Just Horseradish Plus Food Coloring pubs.acs.org/cen/science/…
When female astronaut Suni Williams was aboard the ISS, she asked for wasabi to be sent up. When she opened it, as it was packaged at 1 atmospheric pressure, it squirted wasabi everywhere. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun…
Wasabi burns your nose because it releases allyl isothiocyanate; breathing in prevents the burn chowhound.com/food-news/5…
Most restaurants don't serve real wasabi. They serve green colored horseradish because the real plant is so expensive. steamykitchen.com/15015-r…
Although the Japanese uncooked seafood dish known as "sushi" seems potentially dangerous to one's health, this danger is lessened by one of the condiments traditionally served with it, wasabi, which contains proven antibacterial properties sushifaq.com/sushi-sashim…
; Wasabi is an antibacterial agent, aids in preventing the spreading of E-coli, inhibits the growth of mold and helps eliminate parasites. sbfoods-worldwide.com/foo…
Wasabi was originally used to kill bacteria austinchronicle.com/daily…
Real wasabi is extremely rare outside of Japan, and most places use a mix of horseradish, mustard, cornstarch and food coloring as a substitute. You may never have tasted the real thing. youtube.com/watch?v=RsYXE…
The pistachio-green paste on our plate in a restaurant might be called wasabi, but it’s most likely just a mix of European horseradish, mustard, and food coloring. Even in Japan, the home of wasabi, the real thing is in short supply cen.acs.org/articles/88/i…
The Japanese condiment wasabi, is now usually made with horseradish due to the scarcity of the wasabi plant. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hor…
Wasabi is a completely different plant from horseradish, horseradish is substituted for wasabi due to it’s scarcity en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Was…

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