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Tired of the low-carb diets floating around? The Okinawa diet includes plenty of high-fiber carbs and a mostly plant-based style of eating. Get this diet’s details in our latest post on the ISSA blog.
A massive 15-year study shows that the fish- and plant-heavy diet recommended by the Japanese government lowers mortality rates.
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Learn how to properly arrange a Japanese style Teishoku set meal! Teishoku usually have 5 main elements → • Main dish (meat or fish) • Side (Vegetables or salad) • Rice • Tsukemono pickles • Miso soup The recipe for the Miso Glazed Salmon is on the blog post along with other teishoku main dish ideas! #Japanesecooking #Japanesesetmeal #Teishoku #Japaneserecipe #Japanesefood #authenticJapanese #misosalmon #misoglazedsalmon #teishokulayout #setmeal #foodpresentation #presentation
- • 2 Salmon, skin-on fillets
- • 1 tbsp Green onion(s)
- • 1 tbsp Awase miso paste
- • 1 tsp Garlic (grated or garlic paste)
- • 1 tsp Soy sauce
Baking & Spices
- • 1 tsp Brown sugar, light
- • 1 tbsp Potato starch
- • 2 pinches Salt
Oils & Vinegars
- • 1 tbsp Sesame oil
Beer, Wine & Liquor
- • 1 tbsp Sake