- Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
- Verlag: Countryman Pr (21. April 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1581572468
- ISBN-13: 978-1581572469
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,3 x 1,5 x 24,1 cm
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Sushi Slim: The One-Japanese-Meal-A-Day Diet Cookbook (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 21. April 2014
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Makiko Sano is an expert on Japanese food and cooking. She has run the sashimi counter at Selfridges, supplied sushi to Buckingham Palace, and taught thousands of novices how to make sushi effortlessly. She now reveals that skill in her new book, along with the age-old food secrets of Japanese women, used to keep them slim and beautiful. The name of Makiko's restaurant in Hammersmith - Suzu - means 'long and healthy life', and this is what she wants us all to enjoy, sharing her superfood ingredients and tips for eating well for life. She lives in London with her three children. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.
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This is a slim, but excellent book on Japanese cuisine. Starting with the background to Japanese meals, it explains the major differences as compared to a Western diet and the rather startling results which are that the average Japanese daily calorie intake is about 1,000 less than in the USA, and, not surprisingly, obesity rates are less than 10% of the rather frightening rates in America. This is followed by some suggested low calorie meals as part of the Sushi Slim Meal Plan.
There follows, what for me was the most interesting part of the book, which is a step by step guide to preparing the main Japanese dishes - Maki and California rolls, Nigiri and other delights. Although I enjoy Japanese food, I have never thought to try to prepare it myself, but armed with this volume it became apparent that producing my own sushi was really not impossible task I had assumed. This really is a step by step guide which takes you through all the stages such as how to cook sushi rice, how to cut the vegetables and fish, how to choose the fish etc. There is an extensive collection of recipes, most of which are not overly demanding and which include the, normally very modest, calorie count.
If you are interested in producing your own Japanese cuisine I heartily recommend this impressive little book. Having read through it I could not wait to get started!