How to Cook Healthy Japanese Food
How to Cook Healthy International Cuisine
Japanese food has a lot more to it than sushi. The traditional Japanese diet consists of lots of mushrooms, seafood, vegetables, soy beans, and wheat, so finding dishes that are rich in fiber and protein is easy. Ingredients like shititake mushrooms, soy sauce, mirin, miso and ginger all add big flavor without a adding a lot of calories. Although avocado and mayonnaise are often featured in sushi rolls abroad, these ingredients are not traditionally found in Japanese cooking. Maris recommends recipes like miso soup, gyoza (dumplings) and chicken teriyaki.
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