Japanese sake, the spirit made of rice, water, koji mold and yeast, is available in many different varieties that can complement much more than sushi and other Japanese cuisine, writes Will Lyons. Served warm or cold, sake makes a perfect partner to foods such as oysters or cheese.
Serve sake with more than Japanese dishes
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