Making tomato soup

  • Опубликовано: 19 ноя 2018
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    For making tomato soup I just used leftover vegetables. You can use anything you have!
    bell peppers
    baby leaves
    chicken broth
    vegetable stock
  • Хобби и стильХобби и стиль

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  • Jun Yoshizuki
    Jun Yoshizuki  21 день назад +2829

    普段の料理用チャンネルを作りました。^ ^ Hey everyone, thank you for watching my video! Sorry if I confused anyone with multiple channels! This channel is for more unedited, laid-back cooking vlogs where I make general everyday meals. The reason I have this on a new channel is because some people prefer the type of content on Jun’s Kitchen and aren’t interested in vlogs, so uploading these lower quality videos to Jun’s Kitchen is not good for that channel.

    • Mikeyboy86
      Mikeyboy86 День назад

      You pot cleaning video brought me here and I thought, “Of course I’ll go subscribe! More Jun is a good thing.” :)

    • Hấu Dưa
      Hấu Dưa 2 дня назад

      Hii..chào anh a

    • Dylan
      Dylan 3 дня назад

      I think it's a great idea! These videos are great to just put on and watch in the background.

    • Luli Toons
      Luli Toons 3 дня назад


    • nayunith 1
      nayunith 1 4 дня назад

      Oohh.. I see now.. 👍👍

  • amirul hakim
    amirul hakim 19 часов назад

    Haku so cute... Hello from Malaysia 🇲🇾

  • Fruits Chinpo Samurai G
    Fruits Chinpo Samurai G 19 часов назад

    All I see is a giant orange on the counter

  • Nisha Patel
    Nisha Patel 21 час назад

    It’s kinda weird how you make your cats smell your food either before you use it or before you eat it. Cats carry so many diseases and germs and so do their fur, putting food you eat that close to their noses and mouths is not at all sanitary.

  • Jay Joseph
    Jay Joseph 22 часа назад

    I don't know who this man is, but he seems like a cutie guy☺️ I love his cats, especially the orange one

  • crazy cake
    crazy cake 22 часа назад

    POKI :)

  • Muna Dorgham
    Muna Dorgham 23 часа назад

    Jun, where do you get your recipes for the food you make????

  • Jordan Allen
    Jordan Allen 23 часа назад

    Whoa! Your last name is so cool. It makes you sound like a Kamen Rider

  • Alexa Lasam
    Alexa Lasam День назад

    Haku is a sleepy boye

  • Débora Francklin
    Débora Francklin День назад

    Que lindo os gatinhos!!

  • hkgs_knight 42
    hkgs_knight 42 День назад

    This is the content I!

  • Saoirse Notgonna
    Saoirse Notgonna День назад

    Poki is a little savage! I love him!

  • Ellie
    Ellie День назад

    i don't even like tomato soup lol i'm here for cat

  • blue mozes
    blue mozes День назад

    I'm a simple man, I see kitty cats, I click.

  • Mikeyboy86
    Mikeyboy86 День назад

    Jun - write a cooking book! Instructions on cooking basics with recipes. 100% I would purchase it.

  • MaximumMomo
    MaximumMomo День назад

    I like your little chat at the beginning on how to say stuff, it was sweet

  • 심태현
    심태현 День назад


  • nezumii gacha
    nezumii gacha День назад +1

    jun to haku: *hey baby*
    poki: *GASPUUUUUUU*

  • Genji
    Genji День назад

    wOW YoU kInD oF SoUnD LiKe JuN’s KiTcHeN

  • THESocialJusticeWarrior
    THESocialJusticeWarrior День назад

    Japan's plastic waste doesn't end up in the ocean because they know how to handle their waste. Most of the plastic in the ocean comes from China and India.

  • WAHluig i
    WAHluig i День назад

    Is haku a trap cus he look so beautiful for a boy

  • Trinidad Orac
    Trinidad Orac День назад

    Where did you buy your electric stove? ^-^ it's lovely~

  • Vhale
    Vhale День назад

    A welcome to cooking with Jun with a live studio audience!

  • Nicole Voong
    Nicole Voong День назад

    I love how intense Poki’s stare is near the end of the video. He’s trying so hard just to sit there 😂

  • WeiYinChan
    WeiYinChan День назад

    I am glad that you are making steps to reduce the use of plastic!! Don’t sweat about the ones from the store if you can’t find any alternatives as I understand that not everyone can find unpackaged fruits and vegetable. It’s really up to the vendors themselves not the customers. Let’s hope Japan as a whole would reduce plastic usage.
    I also found a lot of comments talkings about how good Japan’s recycling system is as if that means people can just use as many plastic as possible and Jun being more conscious is somehow ridiculous and unnecessary. First of all not all plastic can be recycled, and most of them can’t be recycled more than once. It has nothing to do with who good your system is, it’s just the material itself. Second, recycling still takes up resources and is still polluting the environment, it’s a last resort not a solution. Third and most importantly, producing plastic itself is very polluting and resource intensive, the best way is to not use them in the first place. And Japan is one for the worst in over-packaging, that a problem that Japanese themselves is aware of. Just because they have a good recycling system doesn’t mean over-consumption of plastic isn’t a big problem in itself. Stop trying to picture Japan as this perfect country with no room to improve, you people are really slowly the progress with this nonsense

  • Tony Duc1
    Tony Duc1 День назад


  • thatswhatsup0493
    thatswhatsup0493 День назад


  • Onmyoji Topper
    Onmyoji Topper День назад

    Omg if i go to japan can i visit you?
    I always want to see you cook up close in real life 😶

  • 李先生
    李先生 День назад

    435 cats press dislike

  • 427Ktown
    427Ktown День назад

    @Jun Could you share the product link for the cutting board? It looks like a great gift to give!

  • Jennie Martinez
    Jennie Martinez День назад

    I miss the “overhead” camera angle that was more of a straight shot.

  • Breyonna Morgan
    Breyonna Morgan День назад

    Tell them that Japan recycles everything.

  • Donna Taibossigai
    Donna Taibossigai День назад

    So do you two ever get to sit in those chairs or are they cat-only chairs?

  • Big Chungo
    Big Chungo День назад

    God you're so cute

  • el tapa
    el tapa 2 дня назад

    Who made the subtitles? They're funny

  • Silvertofu
    Silvertofu 2 дня назад

    As others have said, reducing waste is the most important thing, but you still need to understand what is actually happening to your waste, regardless of how much we consume. Japan is a small country, with a huge population. Risk of infection from viruses and cross contamination are a massive concern for cities that are more densely populated than what we see in the US. I can understand the concern for plastic covered produce, but that plastic still adds a barrier between the average grocery shopper who may sneeze on it before you buy (or touch it with dirty hands) and you. It also allows the produce to stay slightly fresher due to the barrier, since the produce will not oxidize as quickly, and it will retain more moisture. I don't know how effective it is exactly, but even in the US, most people still use plastic produce bags to bag their own produce. Most of those end up in landfills, and even though a lot of it now days is compostable or recyclable, most consumers dob't pay attention to it. Its not very different to prepackaged produce. Also, not all plastic is equal, the seranwrap we use to prepackage things here may not be the same plastic Japan uses, and they may have better regulations in place so that the packaging the use for it is recyclable. I don't know exactly, but it's not a farfetched idea.
    US recycling and Japanese recycling are completely different things. In the US, most of our plastic isn't even picked up by recycling plants, and on top of it, most of what they do pick up is then sold to third world countries to process. Most of them don't actually process it though, because there aren't regulations for it, and it ends up in the oceans and landfills because we're effectively pawning off our trash onto infrastructures that aren't capable of handling it. Even if a lot of what Japan collects isn't recycled, they have far more control over where it goes, and how its contained then anything the US does.
    The US claims that this happens because we don't have enough man power to sort through the waste, but Japan is proving that ridiculous. Because of their complex system, the consumer is the one who does most of the sorting and cleaning, and then the private companies handle the rest. In the US, we would just need to work on the consumer mindset, but people suck and don't want to do anything, and expect others to do it for them. We also definitely have enough people to work in recycling plants, but companies don't want to pay proper wages to the employees they would need to improve recycling. Yes, Japan burns a lot of it's plastics, but they turn that into other resources. They aren't just burning it to make it go away, but to turn it into other things, like ammonia and CO2.
    In Japan, the culture is structured around doing what is best for everyone, not the individual. In the US, individualism is a huge part of our culture, so we're more entitled and interested in what effects us first, rather than our neighbors or community. Obviously, Japan has it's own problems with that cultural mindset, but in this particular discussion about pollution, it's still way ahead of the game in recycling than the US will even be in the next 10 years.
    When it comes to top recycling though, the numbers say the Germany has the best recycling, at over 50%. How that compares to populations and materials they use or produce though, I haven't yet looked into. Really, whats is more important and complaining about how much plastic another country uses, is trying to change your own country's situation. The US mindset is terrible, it isn't just plastic that goes into the trash, but SO MUCH ELSE. But make people pay for plastic grocery bags and they lose their minds. Ask them to pay for a recycling bin, and they lose their minds. They want all of the convenience, but none of the responsibility. THAT is the discussion that needs to be happening. How do we change the mindset of 300 Million people, that don't believe in climate change or pollution?

    • Silvertofu
      Silvertofu День назад

      WeiYinChan yes, I peel my green onions, lettuce, celery, and many other things that aren't peelable. I also never use fresh vegetables, only cooked, especially on salads and sandwiches. Nothing beats crispy, peeled lettuce cooked to 140 degrees.
      There are multiple uses for vegetables that do not include cooking or peeling. Washing your vegetables is the most important thing you can do to them, but that isn't going to prevent everything unless you are literally boiling them. We wouldn't constantly have recalls on our dirt food if that were the case.
      If you don't understand why a plastic is being used in the first place, you'll never find an alternative, and you'll never convince an entire country that they should stop using it just because you think it's unnecessary.

    • WeiYinChan
      WeiYinChan День назад

      Silvertofu lol you don’t wash and peel and cook your vegetables?? They literally grew from dirt you know?? The plastic is unnecessary.

  • Chris
    Chris 2 дня назад

    wait what?! how many channels you have?

  • Carla P
    Carla P 2 дня назад

    Hey Jun. You're totally giving Binging with Babish vibes in the framing of your video. Like it!

  • Larissa Lohse
    Larissa Lohse 2 дня назад

    i really like your channel and your cooking but i have one request: could you stop scraping the knife over the cutting board? you can easily use the back or spine of the blade for collecting the chopped items. the sound is really cringy... your knifes are so well taken care of and thats just heart breaking

  • doll maleficent
    doll maleficent 2 дня назад

    I'll bet it was all over priced

  • Nancy W
    Nancy W 2 дня назад

    Is it weird that I want to hear Jun speak in Japanese more often?

  • Maru
    Maru 2 дня назад

    5:15 the way Poki went alert mode after hearing crinkling plastic from Rachel

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     2 дня назад


  • Anonymous Person
    Anonymous Person 2 дня назад

    The cats are making me click on your vids!😂😂😂😍😍😍

  • nit Inundate
    nit Inundate 2 дня назад


    jk love you fam!

  • ron gants
    ron gants 2 дня назад

    In Wyoming our cats live in the barn. Just sayin'.

  • bleep...
    bleep... 2 дня назад

    We Stan vegetable hauls

  • Eyepatch
    Eyepatch 2 дня назад

    Jun should be a category of the requirements when getting a husband.

  • may c
    may c 2 дня назад

    Is it weird I like using your videos to study it’s calming and like asmr

  • Fullmetal1890P
    Fullmetal1890P 2 дня назад

    Jun is life

  • CakerMcBomb
    CakerMcBomb 2 дня назад

    Would watch a livestream of just Jun cooking, chatting with Rachel, and playing with their cats.

  • Thái Thị Pha KTX Trần Hưng Đạo -

    Jun slices and minces vegetables is so professional ☺❤👍

  • Seth Tamwood
    Seth Tamwood 2 дня назад

    It's so funny to see Poki in your videos when not that long ago, he couldn't be in them because he'd steal the ingredients. He behaved himself so well in this video!

  • Tee Ada
    Tee Ada 2 дня назад

    I'm literally just here for the cats.😍😍😍😻😻😻

  • Pearl Jaym
    Pearl Jaym 2 дня назад

    I dont think theres anything wrong with using platic wrap conservatively of course... when you cook you kinda have to sometimes

  • あんど
    あんど 2 дня назад +2


  • Yuxin Kang
    Yuxin Kang 3 дня назад

    9:00 Poki is extremely cute

  • John Vanerick
    John Vanerick 3 дня назад

    Im not even looking at jun. Im here for cat

  • グーフィ
    グーフィ 3 дня назад


  • abschking
    abschking 3 дня назад

    Nice knive jun very nice..and a very good atmosphere in all your videos...keep on doing such a good work.. peace.!*

  • Evelyn Hewett
    Evelyn Hewett 3 дня назад

    Poki is a master at rbf.

  • Vika Blaire
    Vika Blaire 3 дня назад

    I love how Haku is just sitting there.

  • a m
    a m 3 дня назад


  • lemonade
    lemonade 3 дня назад +4


  • SirBillyMays
    SirBillyMays 3 дня назад

    What kind of cutting board do you normally use? If it's wooden, then I'd suggest heavily oiling them when you get them, then oil them once/twice a year later. I have several wooden cutting boards (with every grade of quality, bamboo from ikea to handmade from Danish lumber), and after oiling them they stop taking in any flavours/smells (and they basically become water-resistant.)
    I use a mineral-oil based variant from ikea, but there is also many other variants available.
    (I presume that you might already know this, but I thought I would mention it anyway. Love the video :) )

  • Isabela Rescala
    Isabela Rescala 3 дня назад

    Jun, I think you can use homemade fabric bags to cook instead of plastic! I remember seeing someone cooking with that. My dad uses it as well to make cheese and some people use it to make their own tea bags! :)

  • 伊集院うめ
    伊集院うめ 3 дня назад


  • Heyman Goodwin
    Heyman Goodwin 3 дня назад

    Just made this soup and it is great! I think it could do with a bit more saltiness but it is healthy, filling and delicious. ^-^

  • Jerry Zhang
    Jerry Zhang 3 дня назад

    Poki be like, 1 sausage, 2 sausage, 3 sausage...

  • Pais523101
    Pais523101 3 дня назад

    I feel like the people complaining about the plastic just assume you throw it straight in the ocean even though Japan's recycling program is one of the best in the world.

    • WeiYinChan
      WeiYinChan День назад

      Pais523101 omg it doesn’t matter if it’s recycled it was wasteful and polluting to produce them in the first palce

  • Karina O
    Karina O 3 дня назад

    I’m just here for the beautiful cats

  • End Nitro
    End Nitro 3 дня назад

    I dont remember subscribing to this channel. Welp, no complaints here.

  • Daikon Brief
    Daikon Brief 3 дня назад

    Jun your videos are honestly the most satisfying things that I think I have ever watched

  • Weil
    Weil 3 дня назад

    Jun's Cooking ASMR sounds sooo good 😂❤

  • A. Jain
    A. Jain 3 дня назад

    Hmm was not expecting so much plastic being used in Japan! Love the kitty meow !

  • JohnJohn Smith
    JohnJohn Smith 3 дня назад

    When I see those cats I'm screamming ...

  • Quote Goat
    Quote Goat 3 дня назад

    You're so neat ...I like that...I am like that too but only with a failed career...

  • Sarim Bhaidani
    Sarim Bhaidani 3 дня назад

    what breed are the cats

  • Arrghigiveup
    Arrghigiveup 3 дня назад

    Haha not a criticism in any way; I just think it's cute how Jun occasionally chucks things with a tad more force than necessary, probably because he's just too used to doing that for the effect when he's filming for the 'proper' cooking vids

  • Jason Pax
    Jason Pax 3 дня назад

    Man these subtitles are really specific

    I’m new to your channel so I never knew they could be

  • 4ksandknives
    4ksandknives 3 дня назад

    Haku is cute. Smoosh face while sleeping XD

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie 4 дня назад

    Hi! What’s the brand of the cutting board? I need it! And the icons are cute!

  • stan WINNER stan TALENT
    stan WINNER stan TALENT 4 дня назад

    Instead of saran wrap, i believe you can use a beewax-soaked cloth to seal items!

  • ClaudiaDCDL
    ClaudiaDCDL 4 дня назад +8

    At first I didn't understand the two cooking channels but now I get it. The vlog style ones are awesome because it feels cozy and it's really nice seeing the both of you in the home and seeing your interactions. Relationship goals.

    • stuntmonkey00
      stuntmonkey00 2 дня назад +1

      The main channel uses an insane amount of cuts and editing; all of the individual close up-shots, like when they show Jun cutting and chopping, really add up time-wise during shooting and in post. With this channel he can just plunk the camera down and cook the whole way through.

  • Sophia Renee
    Sophia Renee 4 дня назад

    why does this satisfy me. watching him cook

  • Sam Tanaka
    Sam Tanaka 4 дня назад

    Hi there! Greetings from New York! The long beans, the string beans is called "saya ingen" in Japanese....I think! I love soups, especially when the weather gets cooler. I'm not keen on red meat, so I also use lots of veggies. One time, I was too sick to cook, so my friend brought me some canned soup. Tomato soup was too sweet & didn't like it at all. Home made Tomato soup..or any home made soups taste much better!(^^)
    Those Mochi cubes look good. It's like OZOUNI!(^^).

  • Alicia MJ
    Alicia MJ 4 дня назад

    I love cat 😻 😻😻😻😻😻❤❤❤❤

  • C Peezy
    C Peezy 4 дня назад

    So you are really overlooking the fact that there are cats on the kitchen counter where this guy is cooking food?! Cats literally kick litter and poop around with their feet and your just going to okay him on the counter like its not disgusting? Clorox take the wheel!

  • Britt J.
    Britt J. 4 дня назад

    Great video! I love your captions, they make the video really easy to understand

  • Olivia Halford
    Olivia Halford 4 дня назад

    It’s so precious how you ask Rachel for confirmation on words you aren’t sure of!! You guys are adorable!!

  • Sandy Makin
    Sandy Makin 4 дня назад

    Love all this! Talent, wit, sense of humor, and oh those kitties!❤

  • Kyle Matthews
    Kyle Matthews 4 дня назад

    Hello, Is the position of "cat" in your household vacant? I would like to apply

  • Rena Azim
    Rena Azim 4 дня назад

    Hahaha, i love when u both communicate! You are such a cute family !

  • Frozen Solstice
    Frozen Solstice 4 дня назад

    This is the first time I have ever seen Poki in a cooking related video

  • Ian Siegel
    Ian Siegel 4 дня назад

    I just learned about this channel and i love it already. Glad to see there's an offshoot of JunsKitchen for more vlog stuff

  • grobanchic
    grobanchic 5 дней назад

    I've been wanting to try something like this for a while .... I think I just might thank you!

  • Beta Frank
    Beta Frank 5 дней назад

    I challenge you to prepare spanish Tortilla 🙌🙌😋😋

  • Svet Launums
    Svet Launums 5 дней назад

    Man ive been cutting peppers wrong my entire life. This blew my mind

  • Juan Pablo Robayo
    Juan Pablo Robayo 5 дней назад

    My five year old self is delighted to see this video

  • ArmouredUnicorn
    ArmouredUnicorn 5 дней назад

    Theyre long green beans in english, kidney beans are a brown bean usually used in more mexican or latin american cooking