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TOKYO -- Even as many restaurants have been forced to close in France during the coronavirus lockdown there since mid-March, chefs are posting their precious recipes on the internet. That has allowed millions of people around the world, including those unfamiliar with French cuisine, to search for recipes on YouTube and Instagram and enjoy cooking them at home.

Keisuke Matsushima, a Japanese chef and owner of a Michelin-starred French restaurant in Nice in southern France, also released some recipes. Matsushima stresses that he does not expect any financial return. "I'm glad if people like my recipes and in some way they help people change their eating habits and lifestyles," he said.

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