A chef in the US has become the world leader in making the perfect Japanese-style soup with his blender.
Ninja chef, and former chef and TV host, Jason Wu, has created his own blend of soup using all-natural ingredients, making it one of the world leading blends in the industry.
He has also created a unique and versatile soup for Japanese cuisine.
He uses only organic ingredients, and his broth has been a hit with the Japanese, who have traditionally been vegetarian.
In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, Wu described his experience with creating the Ninja Chef Blend.
“I started with two ingredients: a black bean soup and some soy sauce.
It was just one of those ingredients that you could put in a blender and you would make a perfect soup,” Wu said.
“And it’s just so simple.
So easy to make, and so delicious.
You can get a bowl of the soup, and it’s the perfect way to enjoy it.
You could serve it with rice or noodles or whatever, but the broth is so light and delicious that you just have to eat it.”
Wu’s blending of ingredients has led to an enormous success in Japan, where many of the traditional Japanese dishes are known for being low in fat and high in protein.
He also sells the blend in the UK, where he sells a similar product called the Ultimate Ninja Chef.
A bowl of his soup was also featured in the Netflix series Sense8.
He also sells his products through his website, Ninja ChefBlender.com, which he co-founded with the former cookbook author, James LaBrie.
The site has been the site of controversy over the last few years, with Wu accusing the US government of conspiring to steal his trademark, claiming it is an infringement of the Ninja chef trademark.
In 2015, Wu launched his own blog, NinjaChefBlenderReview.com.
It’s the same website where he wrote a book called The Ultimate Ninja Cooking, which was also the subject of a Netflix series, Sense8: The Series of Ninja Cookbooks.
“I have a great relationship with the US Government.
They know what they are doing.
They don’t care about me,” Wu told the Huffington post.
Wyn has also been the subject, and target of, a number of legal actions from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which he said has targeted his products because of their similarities to those in the Japanese.
He claims he is being targeted by the FDA for making a “fictitious product” because the products are labeled as “natural” and not “fictive”.
The FDA is also investigating whether Wu’s blends are dangerous to health, because he has claimed to be able to make “real” and healthy versions of his products.