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Japanese Foods That Heal: Using Traditional Ingredients to Promote Health, Longevity, and Well-Beingby John Belleme
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andlt;bandgt;In Japan, the old ways have prevailed well into the 21st century.andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; Small family run shops still make miso, tofu, shoyu, tamari, amazake and other traditional healing foods the same way they were made centuries ago. Perched on ladders, tamari makers gently stir fermenting brew in two-hundred-year-old wood vessels that easily top ten feet. Farmers cultivate shiitake and green tea and harvest sea vegetables according to the ancient, natural ways. These producers use the purest ingredients available, and provide superior foods that promote and sustain health.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; In andlt;iandgt;Japanese Foods That Healandlt;/iandgt;, John and Jan Belleme introduce eighteen essential foods from Japan that are still cultivated and prepared using time-honored methods and recipes. These traditionally made healthy Japanese foods have been proven to cure and prevent degenerative disease, and to prevent premature agingand#8212;a fact the Japanese have known for centuries. By stocking up on these healing Japanese foods, your pantry will become a key element of your healthy lifestyle!andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; This healthy Japanese cookbook includes everything you need to know about these healthy and delicious foodsand#8212;from nutrition and medical facts to recipes and tips for creating wholesome and flavorful meals. You will come to appreciate how each food was produced in years past, how it can benefit your health and well-being, and how it is made today. This collection of recipes shows you how rewarding it is to prepare simple, nourishing meals that both promote good health and please the palate. A pronunciation guide and food glossary demystify Japanese foods that at first may seem exotic to Westerners. And a shopping resource offers practical tips for finding all the foods used in the book.andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt; Using this healthy Japanese cooking book as a guide, you will soon learn that the old Japanese saying andlt;iandgt;Isoku Dogenandlt;/iandgt;, or "Food is Medicine," is more than a proverb; it is the key to a healthier, more fulfilling life.
The co-founders of the American Miso Company provide an in-depth look at traditional Japanese ingredients
A comprehensive and authoritative guide to the healing powers of Japanese foods, this book includes an in-depth look at over seventeen traditional ingredients, including miso, shiitake, toasted sesame oil, tofu, amazake, and seitan. Each food item is given its own chapter, which includes a detailed discussion of the nutritional and medicinal benefits, how to make it or buy it, cooking with it, and recipes featuring it. This book also features a pronunciation guide, which is great for ordering from restaurants or shops, and a guide to composing meals.
About the Author
andlt;iandgt;andlt;bandgt;Johnandlt;/iandgt;andlt;/bandgt; and andlt;iandgt;andlt;bandgt;Jan Bellemeandlt;/iandgt;andlt;/bandgt; have lived and studied in Japan for twenty years and are leading authorities on the subject of the healing powers of Japanese foods. They are the authors of three previous books on the subject, and are also the co-founders of the American Miso Company, one of the world's largest producers of traditional miso.
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