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Cook Japan, Stay Slim, Live Longer - Reiko Hashimoto

Cook Japan, Stay Slim, Live Longer

Hardcover Published: 1st March 2017
ISBN: 9781472933232
Number Of Pages: 240

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Reiko Hashimoto explores the benefits of the Japanese diet – slim physique, stable blood sugar, increased joint flexibility and a longer lifespan – and provides an insight into key Japanese fresh and store cupboard essentials.

Debunking the myths surrounding the complexity and accessibility of Japanese food, the 100 recipes included here are constructed with easy to follow instructions and vary from basics to technically complex, perfect for all those wishing to perfect the art of Japanese home cooking. Beautiful photography from Jodi Hinds complements Reiko's recipes and introductions.

With Japanese food so enjoyed in restaurants across the country this is the perfect book for home cooks.

About the Author

Reiko Hashimoto has been teaching people the joys and pleasures of Japanese cooking via the cookery school classes she runs from her south-west London home for more than ten years. Prior to this, she taught Japanese cooking to the foreign community in Tokyo. She has travelled extensively over the last 25 years, learning the ways and means of a variety of food cultures. Food is her passion.

Preface.Introduction: Cook Japan, Stay Slim, Live Longer.Equipment and utensils.Storecupboard ingredients.Fresh ingredients.Basics.Vegetables.Fish.Poultry.Meat.Tofu.Rice.Noodles.Seaweed.Sweets.Index

ISBN: 9781472933232
ISBN-10: 1472933230
Audience: BAU
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st March 2017
Publisher: Absolute Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.3 x 19.6  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.93
Edition Number: 1

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