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What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku

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Cooking | What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku
What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku
What Is Mochi? How to Make Daifuku
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In today's episode, Dan responds to a video request to learn about mochi, the Japanese pounded rice treat. He makes some from scratch and uses it to create the traditional sweet, Daifuku, or sweet red bean stuffed mochi. Today's sponsor is http:GrowlerMan.com---- What's This Food?! (WTF?!) is a daily cooking show, with a new episode posted every day of 2011. Learn more at http:danieldelaney.com Facebook - http:danieldelaney.comfacebook Twitter - http:twitter.comdanieldelaney Email Newsletter - http:eepurl.comcLA6Y
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