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Line has made stickers meaningful and communicative for many of its users, and sales of sticker packs — which typically cost -3 dollars for a set for a dozen or two dozen — represent around one-quarter of its total revenue.
Line made more than 0 million from sticker sales last year, that’s up 38 percent year-on-year.
The author does a wonderful job of describing the preparation steps of each recipe so even if you are a novice in the kitchen, you will not have too much trouble with the preparation of these dishes.
If you have never cooked Asian foods at home, this book will be a very handy reference guide.One gets to enjoy recipes from such places as Burma to Vietnam with even more delightful dishes coming from Indonesia, Laos, and Malaysia.Chef Chat uses a variety of spices in these unique (and some familiar favorites) that utilize readily available ingredients that one can find in most well-stocked grocery stores. Your taste-buds will be doing a happy-dance with this mixture of taste and texture with this dessert that even the most finicky of eaters will enjoy. How about a familiar favorite with "Japanese California Roll Sushi" (all vegan of course).Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received one copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.Line, the mobile messaging app from Japan, is going public today in a dual Japan-U. Yet, despite that, precious little is known about the company outside of Asia, where the vast majority of its users are located, and the challenges that it is up against. First off, on a basic level: Line doesn’t have the vast userbase of Whats App (more than one billion active users), Facebook Messenger (over 900 million active users) or China’s We Chat (close to 700 million active users), but it is notable for pioneering a number of trends in messaging, particularly around monetization.