Vancouverite’s Japanese Cookbook “Let’s Cooking” Needs Your Help

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One of our Strathcona neighbours, Japanese cooking instructor Hana Dethlefsen, has put together an uncomplicated and awesome-looking cookbook with the help of designer Chris von Szombathy.. It’s called Let’s Cooking, and she’s raising $7,000 to get it published. Her fundraising has been great after just two days (currently at $5,035), and she has another month and a half to reach her target. Give her a hand if you’re feeling flush and keen to get “cooking healthy, delicious, and authentic Japanese food with minimal fuss.” Man, that awasemiso soup with asuage and mushrooms looks so goooood!

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