How To Make Hoskigaki (Dried Persimmons)

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Hoskigaki refers to dried persimmons that are a delicacy in Japan. If you’re familiar with Hoskigaki, then you’ll appreciate these instructions. And if you never tasted Hoskigaki, then you are in for a treat.

Root Simple explains the entire process of making Hoskigaki from selecting which kind of persimmons to use, to how to slice and peel them, and then how to hang them to dry for one month.

How To Make Hoskigaki (Dried Persimmons)


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