We all promise ourselves that this year will be different, this year I am going to make a change and start being more healthy. The problem is that to improve our health, we have to sacrifice something to get it… taste!
But why does it have to be this way? Why can’t we get more healthy while simultaneously eat great-tasting food which consists of more than just a few leaves of salad?
Look at Japanese people… They have one of the lowest obesity rates in the world, live longer than everyone else, and have you ever seen some of those Japanese grannies who could pass for teenagers? (I understand that girl in the photo above is at least 50 years old!)
Read on for Japan Centre‘s guide to a new diet for 2011, with delicious and healthy Japanese food!
Hiyayakko is a traditional Japanese dish that is often served during the warm months in spring and summer. This recipe is not only very easy to make, but also a great way to eat a delicious, healthy dish at any time.
There are many different types of tofu available and some are of course better than others for making Hiyayakko. To get the best tofu, you will need to find something fresh and of high quality. Find our recommendations below.