Ceviche is an appetizer popular in Latin America consisting of raw fish marinated in citrus (usually lime) juice. The action of the acid in the lime juice “cooks” the fish, thereby firming the flesh and turning it opaque. Onions, tomatoes and green peppers are often added to the marinade. Can be spelled seviche (which is also spelled ceviche and cebiche) depending on the region. However this is a RAW VEGAN VERSION!
Horensou in Japanses means spinach and Ohitashi means soaking in. Various leaf vegetables are simply boiled and seasoned with soy sauce and other ingredients depending on the household. It’s a great side to be served in any Japanese-style meal. I have altered this recipe to make sure it RAWks! :) standard.
Gomaae are dishes seasoned with sesame sauce as goma means sesame seeds in Japanese. It’s commonly cooked at home in Japan. Different ingredients can be added in gomaae dishes, and the most common ingredient is spinach. It’s called horenso no gomaae.