Monday, October 4, 2010

(Subbed) Gaki No Tsukai - Absolutely Tasty Series - Pizza Edition

Before you watch these clips, why not take a closer look at some of the unfamiliar ingredients that you're about to see?
Don't worry, these are good spoilers :)





ごはんですよ Gohan Desuyo:

Gohan Desuyo is basically a seaweed in a paste form. Now, this might sound gross to some of you, and I can understand that this is definitely an "acquired taste." But trust me, once you can get over the first bite of this with rice (maybe a second bite,) you will learn to enjoy its salty flavor. It's kind of like your first experience of smoking a cigarette. (No?)

May I say that there's a slight resemblance between Gohan Desuyo and Marmite?










酒粕 Sake Kasu:
What is Sake Kasu?  Or, in this clip, it's translated as "Sake Lees."
Following is a small excerpt from esake.com but if you want to know more about it please do so here 


 What is sake kasu? In short, sake lees. After a tank of sake has run the course of its fermentation - anywhere from 18 to 32 days - what remains is a white mixture of sake and the solids that did not or could not be fermented. This mixture, known as the moromi throughout its fermenting phase, must now be pressed to separate the almost-clear sake from the suspended solids. 




フグ Fugu:
Fugu or blowfish (pufferfish) has been consumed by Japanese for centuries (although there were a couple of periods when the Fugu was prohibited for consumption.) As you might have already know, Fugu contains lethal amount of poison in its liver and ovaries, thus needs to be prepared by a licensed cook before it can be served. According to Wikipedia, The poison, a sodium channel blocker, paralyzes the muscles while the victim stays fully conscious, eventually dying from asphyxiation. There is no known antidote. And we eat this because......?? Well, I personally enjoy having some Fugu here and there just to test my manliness. 


The most popular way of serving Fugu is in sashimi form. It is often called "Tessa," as shown in this video clip. A Fugu chef is capable of slicing pieces so thin you can usually see through your friend being asphyxiated on the other side of the dinner table.


Enjoy!!


Special thanks to my wife for her superior editing ability and an endless support. Follow her on Twitter here



(Subbed) Gaki No Tsukai_Absolutely Tasty Pizza 01
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(Subbed) Gaki No Tsukai_Absolutely Tasty_Pizza 02
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31 comments:

  1. So Strange! I was going to suggest this!
    I have seen the taiyaki part, and have been waiting for more. Thanks so much!~ <3

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  2. Whoa, I was just thinking of finding some Gaki vids today and saw this when I came home. So many "wtf?" moments haha! Thanks lots (^^)

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  3. i m glad your still subbing after everything i think thats the best way you must not let it affect your life
    but how about an update on the robbery? if you feel like talking about it that is

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  4. You made my day! Everything is always suddenly better when there's new Gaki No Tsukai stuff in English.

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  5. The burglars were caught and forced to eat frisk pizza. Do they still make this series?

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  6. hahaha why were they bowing and saying thanks to the tuna head?

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  7. great to have you back. and thanks!

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  8. Happy to see that you're back shibata!! :D

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  9. Glad to see you back shibatabread! gonna watch the videos soon

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  10. I just happened to click on Mrs. Shiba's twitter. and it july it seems she participated in some event. was it the Warrior Dash or MudRun by any chance. those things are sooo fun!!!!

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  11. This is awesome! Thank you so much. Your translations helped get me into this series. I definitely have to hunt down the "Chiaki Audition" now. :)

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  12. THENK YOU!
    you will be of realease a subtitle file!?

    thansk agaein

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  13. Thanks, it was a nice half hour programm. =)

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  14. thanks alot for ur hardwork... this video definitely makes my day!!!
    im looking forward for the next video... <3<3<3

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  15. ごはんですよ is a product of the gods, well I eat a different branded one but it's essentially the same thing and good with plain congee.

    Thanks for subbing!

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  16. Hi, I happened upon your site a couple of days after your post that you'd been robbed. Just wanted to say thanks for the subs for the Batsu games and good to see you're still up and running. Hope things have worked out well. While there's no immediate need or rush, I'd like to recommend the Batsu Game in Yugawara for sub, as it's the only one I know of that had incomplete subs. Thanks again and keep up the great work =)

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  17. I actually found a jar of Gohan Desuyo at a tiny Japanese grocery store! so I tried it with some cheese on a fajita (mini pizza =3) and it was actually REALLY GOOD!! if you can get past the smell and black/brown tar look that it has XD

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  18. well if gohan desuyo taste anything like marmite(or vegemite) then it would work, since pretty much gohan desuyo,cheese and pizza dough would be similar to what we sell in Australia-
    vegemite,cheese swirls(vegemite and cheese cooked in a swirl of bread dough).

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  19. hmm, can someone explain why did they bow and "arigatou gozaimashita" to the tuna head? Is there some story behind it or things like that? haha

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  20. I'm japanese
    at the end "arigatou gozaimashita" means "thank you watching this"
    when they opend the box,they all didn't want to eat that tuna
    so they end program by force

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  21. Shibatabread, you're so awesome. thanks for subbing and posting these videos which have provided hours of enjoyment.

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  22. Thanks so much to you and your team for the subs :)

    The parts after they tried the mint pizza and the pig skin pizza had me in tears from laughing...there aren't many shows that can do that! XD

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  23. so awesome!!!
    thx for the subs x3

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  24. awesome, but where's to download it, i can't downlaod it with idm

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  25. Thank you for subtitles :)

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