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Japanese yama: what to do?

nooodles | May 31, 2005 07:23 PM

I've been given a large piece of Japanese yama. I only know of two things to do with it:

-grind in a mortar to make yamakake: a bowl of slimey yama mixed with raw tuna, soy sauce, and wasabi.
-cut it into slices as a side dish for sushi.

Does anyone have other simple uses for yama? I find it delicious, but a bit too slimey to eat alone. TIA

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