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Hello,

The speciality of Japanese cuisine is that the dishes are served fresh, right as they’re prepared.

How can I interpret “right as” here? Does it mean the dishes are served almost at the same time as they are done preparing.

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That whole sentence sounds non-native. "Right as" is an awkward variation on "right after".

https://www.ahdictionary.com/word/search.html?q=right

adv. 5. Immediately: called me right after dinner.

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book mango 418The speciality of Japanese cuisine is that the dishes are served fresh, right as they’re prepared.

I expected "just as they're prepared" or maybe "as soon as they're prepared".

(By the way, in AmE it would be "specialty". Fewer syllables.)

book mango 418Does it mean the dishes are served almost at the same time as they are done preparing. being prepared?

Yes.

CJ