ASIAN CUISINE REVOLVES AROUND A FEW PILLARS - RICE, GARLIC, GINGER AND A STRNG OF ESSENTIAL SAUCES. THE LATTER CAN BE USED TO COMPLIMENT MANY LOCAL DISHES FROM AROUND THE REGION - WHETHER IT'S A BULGOGI MARINADE FROM KOREA, CLASSIC JAPANESE TERIYAKI OR THE EVER FAITHFUL, OYSTER SAUCE.
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