After all, many people seem to have a "flavor of the bath", and 83.1% of the respondents have a dish that reminds them of the "flavor of the bath".
However, when it comes to people who are taught "the taste of Ofukuro", it is 67.3%, which is considerably less.
The percentage of people who were taught the taste of mother-in-law was only 36.6% for men, while it was 72.0% for women! It seems that the golden route of inheriting the "taste of the mother" from mother to daughter is still alive!
I'm also curious about the specific name of the dish that I remember ... As a result of free-form answers, Japanese food such as "simmered food", "miso soup", and "fried egg" ranked high. Furthermore, as expected, "Nikujaga" won the 1st place with 11% support . After all, the taste of King of Ofukuro was truly amazing. "Curry," "croquette," and "hamburger steak" struggled in the Western food industry. The result is convincing with only the menus that are familiar at home.
When asked if they would like to convey the "taste of their home" to the next generation, about half said they would like to convey it. This tendency was especially strong among the respondents who were married or had children.
Well, when I was looking at this questionnaire, I wanted to eat my mother's hamburger steak for the first time in a while. Why don't you take this opportunity to take over the "taste of your home" from your parents?