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[ Reading ] ➿ Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen Author Naomi Moriyama –

Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo KitchenWhat If There Were A Land Where People Lived Longer Than Anywhere Else On Earth, The Obesity Rate Was The Lowest In The Developed World, And Women In Their Forties Still Looked Like They Were In Their Twenties Wouldn T You Want To Know Their Extraordinary Secret Japanese Born Naomi Moriyama Reveals The Secret To Her Own High Energy, Successful Lifestyle And The Key To The Enduring Health And Beauty Of Japanese Women In This Exciting New Book The Japanese Have The Pleasure Of Eating One Of The Most Delicious, Nutritious, And Naturally Satisfying Cuisines In The World Without Denial, Without Guiltand, Yes, Without Getting Fat Or Looking Old.As A Young Girl Living In Tokyo, Naomi Moriyama Grew Up In The Food Utopia Of The World, Where Fresh, Simple, Wholesome Fare Is Prized As One Of The Greatest Joys Of Life She Also Spent Much Time Basking In That Other Great Center Of Japanese Food Culture Her Mother Chizuko S Tokyo Kitchen Now She Brings The Traditional Secrets Of Her Mother S Kitchen To You In A Book That Embodies The Perfect Marriage Of Nature And Culinary Wisdom Japanese Home Style Cooking.If You Think You Ve Eaten Japanese Food, You Haven T Tasted Anything Yet Japanese Home Style Cooking Isn T Just About Sushi And Raw Fish But Good, Old Fashioned Everyday Japanese Mom S Cooking That S Stood The Test Of Time And Waistlines For Decades Reflected In This Unique Way Of Cooking Are The Age Old Traditional Values Of Family And The Abiding Japanese Love Of Simplicity, Nature, And Good Health It S The Kind Of Food That Millions Of Japanese Women Like Naomi Eat Every Day To Stay Healthy, Slim, And Youthful While Pursuing An Energetic, Successful, On The Go Lifestyle Even Better, It S Fast, It S Easy, And You Can Start With Something As Simple As Introducing Brown Rice To Your Diet You Ll Begin Feeling The Benefits That Keep Japanese Women Among The Youngest Looking In The World After Your Very Next Meal If You Re Tired Of Counting Calories, Counting Carbs, And Counting On Being Disappointed With Diets That Don T Work And Don T Satisfy, It S Time To Discover One Of The Best Kept And Most Delicious Secrets For A Healthier, Slimmer, And Long Living Lifestyle It S Time To Discover The Japanese Fountain Of Youth.

[ Reading ] ➿ Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen Author Naomi Moriyama –
  • Paperback
  • 274 pages
  • Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen
  • Naomi Moriyama
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 9780385339988

    10 thoughts on “[ Reading ] ➿ Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen Author Naomi Moriyama –

  1. says:

    I ve covered half the book So far i ve reestablished that americans are fat Not entirely caused by fast food as an american staple, but because we dont do that recommended 10,000 stepsEspecially in california, our asses drive everywhere Need to go to the post office drive there Need to buy groceries Drive there Need to go to your neighbors house I know your ass is going to drive there if its hot outside In Japan, people walk or ride a bicycle even if they have three bags of groceries On the downside, being thin is a mental issue as wellbut i m pretty sure it s the same here too I think the biggest thing i ve picked up is they re philosophy on food Food is art Food is love Food isn t just made, its created whether its gourmet or homecooked Unlike the american culture, eating food is an art They savor every bite and every taste OH and ev...

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    Japanese women don t get fat Why Naomi Moriyama grew up in Japan, and later moved to Chicago and then New York When she first moved to the U.S., she was surprised and even shocked by the first item she was served in the U.S.A giant glass of orange juice.How can anyone drink this, she thought It s way too big.Quickly, however, she Americanized herself, eating larger portions, filling up on quick foods, hamburgers, ice cream and lots of dairy She gained a lot of weight in a short time, so that when she returned home, the first thing her mother said was you re fat According to Moriyama, women in Japan don t have special skinny genes In fact, when they move to the western diet, they gain lots of weight.So, what s the secret What s so special about food, or life in Japan I ll give you a few of her ideas in point form 1 Practice hara hachi bunme, that s a Japanese term for eat until you are 80 percent full This is not news for most of us, but how many of us do it 2 Control your portion size Moriyama gives us some good tips on how this can be done Use many small beautiful bowls, and eat only a small portion of any one ...

  3. says:

    Some great recipes and tips eat small portions, truly do eat your fruits and vegetables, make fruit your dessert, use a wok to cook veggies at a high heat which will let them keep their color ect.I disagree with her on some points just like her I gained 20 lbs but it was moving to Japan from America it is not the country that is the proble...

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    I really enjoyed French Women don t get fat and I love Japanese food, so there was very litte chance I wouldn t love this book I don t think there are any diet secrets in here, just cook at home and go out less, eat smaller portions, enjoy you food It s the usual diet advice But it is a very nice introduction to Japanese cooking I lo...

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    Naomi Moriyama grew up in Tokyo with a typical Japanese mom provided attractive, nourishing food for her daughter.,.on the strict orders of Naomi s school On the first day of school, a teacher made a speech We request that every mother make lunch for your daughter every day Our main theme at this school is to help our students learn how to be giving and loving One of the ways your daughter learns this is from your love packed lunch box Can you imagine hearing this kind of a message in an American school Moriyama ended up moving to the U.S to attend college and subsequently met and married her American husband But she also came to miss and appreciate her mom s Japanese home cooking.This book is a combination health book and cookbook Moriyama includes statistics about how Japanese people live longer and have the lowest obesity rates in the world They are also extremely active few Japanese people use their cars every day, especially city residents instead they use mass transit, walk, or bicycle I walked during the three years I lived in Japan than I ve ever walked ...

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    I liked copying the recipes and vocabulary down I don t know when these might come in handy Good to know the different varieties of green tea, and how to properly brew and serve them And also the different types of tofu, and how to handle them The strength of this book is in the little details in h...

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    Found it at a garage sale, thank baby Jesus since I would have kicked myself in my none but I wish it was JLo behind We know North Americans are fat, and fast food is available and abundant We also know that Asians are of a smaller build, and may may not have held a better diet.What s funny is that the most chronic of all, disgustingly obsessed with being smaller then anyone else anywhere are my Asian friends relatives They get a rice bowl, they cut it in half, they do drink miso because the saltiness makes them feel fuller Tricks of the trade So the whole time I was reading this, I kept thinking then why is everyone dieting like it s their full time job Why was my cousin who came back from exchange sent to fat camp they wrap you up in Saran wrap, and put you in a room the size of a refrigerator with a small window Why is the first comment out of aunties or her friends mouth is you lost or gained ...

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    This book was a huge inspiration to me, inspiring a new passion for food and changing the way I eat dramatically This was not as some people labeled it, a dangerous diet fad endorced by Victoria Beckham that would turn its followers into celery obcessed stick insects afraid of going out in a strong wind Moriyama presents a food culture common to Japan s older generation that is fast becoming as alien to Japan s youth as it is to the west Delving into her childhood, Moriyama takes us back to her family home, sharing with us their great passion for good, old fashioned, traditional Japanese food centred around rice, vegetables and green tea In contrast, she takes us to her years as a student in the US, eating stacks of syrup covered pancakes, where she balloned in size, then watched the weight melt away effortless as she moved back...

  9. says:

    This book was charming and delightful and I loved the stories about Naomi s mother Chizuko I now understand my own mom s obsession with food, freshness and umami The typical Japanese child is well fed and develops a very discriminating palate Growing up, my mom never served rolls or bread with meals, but there was always a variety of vegetables no heavy sauces or gravy masking the fresh taste of the food Sweets for dessert were unheard of and yet I never missed it We always had fresh fruit in season My mom used to take on a different demeanor when cooking her favorite Japanese dishes care was taken and there was enjoyment and sa...

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