The vegan boom in recent years shows similar movements in Japan, and vegan sushi is also becoming popular. Learn how to make your vegan sushi easily at home!
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Japanese Kanten powder is similar to agar and gelatin and is made from seaweed. It's the ideal ingredient for vegans to make gelatin-type desserts and confectionaries.
Shirataki noodles are also called miracle noodles because they are a healthier, low-carb, and low-calorie alternative to other noodles and pasta. Shirataki noodles are also vegan and gluten-free, making them ideal for many diets as well.
Tofu is a healthy addition to any diet, with numerous benefits for your body and mind. Whether you want to add momen tofu to your next curry or include kinugoshi tofu in a fruit smoothie, this wonderful ingredient is sure to please.
Japanese cuisine relies on natto as a staple breakfast or lunch dish, but many Western palates have not been exposed to this fermented soybean wonder. There are many health benefits to this dish in addition to its additive flavor profile.
Natto, fermented soybeans, is often enjoyed on its own as a simple cold dish. But there are many different ways to serve, from mixing it with other ingredients to adding it to salads and soups. Try these suggestions for new ways to enjoy natto.
Learn all about Fu, a wheat gluten product from Japan that can be used as a meat substitute for a wide variety of different Japanese cuisine dishes.
A traditional Japanese superfood, Natto and its enzyme nattokinase are associated with a wide variety of health benefits including heart health, probiotics, vitamins and immune boosting.
While mochi ice cream is starting to show up in American grocery stores and restaurant's dessert menus with increasing frequency, its core ingredient has been a staple in the Japanese diet for hundreds of years.
Tofu doesn't have to be bland or rubbery—when prepared or cooked properly, a crispy tofu dish can deliver a great deal of umami. Learn how to easily cook crispy tofu with these handy tips.