“Kamo-nabe” literally means “Duck pot” in Japanese.

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Oct 23, 2017 10:57
“Kamo-nabe” literally means “Duck pot” in Japanese.
In Japan, “kamo(duck)” is commonly eaten as Pot-au-Feu style dish in Autumn to Winter as it makes you warm. It is sliced and then cooked in a pot with burdock, mushrooms and clam soup. When the meat is cooked medium rare, the sweet fat melts and the hot meat juice explodes in your mouth. Sake (Japanese wine) goes perfectly with it.
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