Preserving the Japanese Way: Traditions of Salting, Fermenting, and Pickling for the Modern Kitchen

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About the Author
Native Californian Nancy Singleton Hachisu is a Stanford graduate married to a Japanese farmer since 1988. The early 1930s Hachisu family farmhouse has been the center for many events celebrating traditional agrarian customs such as Tokanya, rice planting, and mochi pounding. Her first book, Japanese Farm Food, was praised in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the London Times. As one of the top cookbooks of 2012, it was featured in Food & Wine's Best of the Best Cookbooks, Vol. 16 and nominated by the IACP for the Julia Child Award (Best First Book). The French edition, Japon, la cuisine à la ferme, includes a preface by Joël Robuchon and won the World Gourmand Award for Best Translation in 2013. Dutch and Japanese editions were published in 2015. Hachisu appears frequently in the Japanese media, documenting her preserving and farm food life as well as visits to artisanal producers in more remote areas of Japan to advocate for Japan's disappearing food traditions.