Shabu-shabu
is a hot pot dish which you cook yourself at the table. Thinly sliced meat and cut up vegetables are quickly cooked in a gently boiling hot pot of delicately flavored broth, dipped in a thin sauce, and immediately eaten. It is important that you cook and eat as you go, as opposed to just putting all the ingredients in at once. In fact, “shabu shabu” means “splashing about,” which is how you will cook those thin slices of meat, holding one piece at a time in your chopsticks, and splashing it about in the soup for the mere seconds it takes to cook.

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