Like sukiyaki, shabu shabu features thinly sliced meat and vegetables cooked in a hot pot. The primary difference is that shabu shabu is typically more savory than its sukiyaki counterpart. While it is often considered to be a winter dish, shabu shabu is eaten in Japan year-round.
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