Virtual Farm Tour

This video shows the wasabi harvest procedure through to grating and is a virtual wasabi farm tour.  We don't offer farm tours, but this video has all the highlights.  Save your travel money and order some fresh wasabi.

Video courtesy The Zagat Guide TV.

GROWING WASABI

Did you know that the wasabi is a plant? This member of the brassica family is known for its flavor. Garden Time TV checks out a couple of samples.

Video courtesy Garden Time TV.

COOKING WITH FRESH WASABI

 Chef David Padberg demonstrates proper technique.  He also shares recipes for wasabi sauces and wasabi-zuke, a quick pickled wasabi popular in Japan.

Video courtesy of Cooking Up A Story.  
Photo: OPB 
 


REAL WASABI

Video displaying wasabi harvest at Frog Eyes Farm from Co-Owner Jennifer Bloeser.  

Video courtesy The Oregonian.


 

FROG EYES WASABI ON IRON CHEF

Iron Chef Morimoto used fresh wasabi leaves and rhizome from our farm on the 

Video courtesy Iron Chef America.

The crew of Seattle Kitchen were kind enough to host us on their show in Dec. 2015.  It was a real honor meeting and speaking to these chefs and the entire crew.  Additional downloads here and on iTunes as seattlekitchen120515_1_721.mp3

The crew of Seattle Kitchen were kind enough to host us on their show in Dec. 2015.  It was a real honor meeting and speaking to these chefs and the entire crew.  Additional downloads here and on iTunes as seattlekitchen120515_1_721.mp3

FAKE VERSUS REAL WASABI

Most wasabi is horseradish, green food dye and preservatives.  This video explains the differences.  

Video courtesy: Cooking Up A Story from The Huffington Post.

A traditional Japanese wasabi farm compliments of our friends Mack and Ando-san.  At Hikimi Shimane in Japan, there is a traditional cultivation method of WASABI at natural mountain stream. The quality of WASABI grown up at such field is very good. I will show wonderful person who is working at such WASABI field.

 

Video of a plant start customer with his package arriving.  We have had a couple of good months of cool weather. During this period of the year it was expected that we would find a tremendous amount of growth. Unfortunately, expectations have yet to be met. The wasabi plant starts that we received from our first vendor are rather small.