A lot of people advocate that Japanese cooking is good for health. And as proven by some, by and large, it is. So, let’s find out what parts of the Japanese cuisine are indeed healthy, and try to incorporate them into our meals.
First and foremost, the wide variety of veggies (especially legumes or beans) they consume is a real good thing. Most authentic Japanese dishes include quite a few sea vegetables too (seaweed), which is known to have very low caloric content and a high content of fiber and minerals.
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