Tag: Sushi rice

01
Sep

Can Sushi Aid in Your Weight Loss Efforts? (Part 1)

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Good news! If you are on a diet, you do not need to give up sushi. In fact, certain types of sushi can help improve your weight loss efforts when it is combined with other diet friendly foods as a part of a reduced-calorie diet. The three main ingredients of sushi (rice, fish and vinegar) are all weight loss friendly. Preliminary research shows that sushi offers several weight loss benefits to dieters. Continue reading to learn more about this study and why you should include sushi in your diet.
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17
Aug

Sushi Rice Nutrition Information | Fuki Sushi in River Edge

The history of sushi is quite long, and in fact dates back around 2,000 years. Developed in Japan, it is a very artistic kind of food presentation where sushi rice is used for supporting of binding small amounts of food. Sushi, along with rice, frequently uses cooked or raw fish as well a wide range of different vegetables.
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19
Jul
09
Jun

The Basic Elements of Japanese Food

Japanese Food

The standard Japanese food consists of a carbohydrate like rice or a noodle, a serving of miso soup, as well as a dish of pickled vegetables, and, optionally, a meat or a fish dish. The most common carbohydrate is rice, but many different types of noodles are available, including udon (thick noodles), soba (medium noodles), and ramen (thin noodles). These carbohydrates are all very inexpensive and form the main backbone of the dish. Additionally, fish dishes are very popular parts of meals, because Japan has a long history of fishing and eating different seafoods like many island nations. These seafoods can include many different species of sea creature, such as a huge number of types of fish as well as squid, octopus, shellfish like oysters and mussels, and even eels.
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19
Apr

Japanese Sushi As A Boon To Great Health (part 1)

Sushi, A Gift from The Japanese

Prior to examining the true health attributes of sushi, it makes good sense to get a bit of historical context on the topic. The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that Japanese people enjoy the second lengthiest lifespan of any other nation, with men able to expect an average of 82 years, and women typically living to the age of 87.2 years. These figures represent a significant upward departure from average lifespans in the rest of the world, which fall at 68.5 years for men, 73.5 year for women. Japanese folks tend to have roughly five more years of life on an average basis than their American cohorts. Those in Japan are noted for having among the very lowest incidences of cardiovascular disease worldwide and one of the lowest incidences of obesity. The question is whether these statistics are the result of genetic luck or whether the composition of a typical Japanese diet plays a much more pivotal role.
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11
Mar

Sushi Rice Guide To Make, and Enjoy It

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Sushi rice varieties.

Sushi Rice Recipe

It may seem quite daunting and complicated to make sushi rice, but you will learn that it is not that much different from making other rice. The only differences are rice vinegar and a few Japanese techniques.

I have made the process simpler by breaking it down into five steps.
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