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  • Probiotics – A Key To Healthy Living

    Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system... (Definition WebMD)

    By now most of you have heard of or know what probiotics are. Understanding how these small

    bifidobacterium, probiotics, morinaga, microflora Morinaga's Flagship strain with 40+ years of research!

    microbes can have a positive effect on the digestive system will help promote good intestinal health. It is crucial to ensure that you consume probiotics in the most effective way. With so many products out now promoting probiotic health we’d like to take a moment and break down the different ways you can incorporate the right bacteria into your diet. Continue reading

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  • A Quick Interview with Chef Jude

    JkU7MBDhCWyEuqDaOikwLJ4Su0EdqMm-8WSYSOZLr2Q,10fy-G6v_RQ72L0zvgZX69XVajIUaseQQ_k2uhu4kS4 Jude Parra-Sickels, Executive Chef at POT

     

    We had a quick interview with Jude Parra-Sickels, the Executive Chef at POT and he was able to give us some insights into what it takes to be in the restaurant industry.


    Location: Los Angeles, CA
    What He Does:  Executive Chef at POT in the LINE Hotel Continue reading

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  • Top 5 Lazy Day Summer Recipes

    School is out and we are ready to enjoy this warm summer weather! It's time to ditch the work shoes, slip on some flip flops and reconnect with your favorite sunshine hobbies. The days are more active and your schedule fills up before you know it. We’ve rounded out our top 5 summer recipes for the lazy days of vacation…Enjoy! Continue reading

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  • A Quick Interview with La Fuji Mama!

    Rachael Hutchings Rachael Hutchings, author of La Fuji Mama

    We got the opportunity to have a quick interview La Fuji Mama, A blogger who is looking to bring a wide variety of world flavors to the table.  Rachael Hutchings, author of La Fuji Mama, has eaten her way around the world, having lived in a variety of fun food locations, including Paris, Tokyo, Yokohama, Memphis, and Los Angeles.


    Location: Lehi, Utah
    What She Does:  Japanese cuisine advocate


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  • Tofu and Flavor Tofu and Flavor

    Tofu and Flavor

    Ask ten people how tofu tastes and you will receive ten different answers. Is it nutty? Creamy? Just like chicken? The answer is all of the above. Tofu, which comes in many forms, can have a variety of flavors. It is a widely accepted belief that tofu will adopt the flavor of whatever it is being cooked with. Brown sugar, mushrooms, jalapenos, you name it! The flavor YOU want can be infused with the tofu during the cooking process. Just think of the possibilities! Spicy tofu, salty tofu, mu-shoo tofu, chocolate tofu!

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  • 10 Must-Have Chocolate Desserts for V-Day 10 Must-Have Chocolate Desserts for V-Day

    10 Must-Have Chocolate Desserts for V-Day

    We have searched the Internet to find the best chocolate desserts for V-Day. These guilt-free treats are guaranteed to delight and satisfy! Enjoy…

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  • Tofu & Weight Loss Eating Smarter Tofu & Weight Loss Eating Smarter

    Tofu & Weight Loss Eating Smarter

    There is a common misconception that in order to lose weight, one must eat less. At Morinaga, we disagree! It’s not about how much you eat, but what you are eating that makes the difference. Are you eating processed foods? Refined sugars? GMOs? These are the types of foods we would encourage our readers to steer clear from.

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  • Seasonal Sweets: Candy Coating the Cold Winter Months Seasonal Sweets: Candy Coating the Cold Winter Months

    Seasonal Sweets: Candy Coating the Cold Winter Months

    Happy New Year folks! We do hope that January is treating you well with all of its cold weather and winter vegetables! It’s a funny time of year with the holidays behind us, and a new year on the horizon, you might think that spring would be sprouting at any moment. Unfortunately, January still marks the dead of winter. Dark nights, icy weather and cold feet in socks are all tell tale signs of winter. It’s not all bad though. Winter brings with it a variety of fruits and vegetables that can be used in a number of creative ways this season. Most importantly – Sweets!

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  • Quince, An Unlike Fruit for your Holiday Table Quince, An Unlike Fruit for your Holiday Table

    Quince, An Unlike Fruit for your Holiday Table

    Do you know a fruit that is as old as the Bible, looks like a pear and can’t be eaten raw? Meet the mysterious quince. A distant cousin of apples and pears, the Cydonia Oblonga is the only fruit of its kind. Dating back to ancient Roman times, the quince appears in myths, poems as well as in one of the first written cookbooks Apicius. Among ancient Greeks, this aromatic fruit was an offering for the bride on her wedding day. Its floral notes were meant to perfume her lips before a kiss!

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  • Best Wishes for a Delicious Holiday Season Best Wishes for a Delicious Holiday Season

    Best Wishes for a Delicious Holiday Season

    December is a marvelous month for home cooking. The cold weather, the short days and the endless holiday parties call for one hot meal after another. While hearty winter vegetables make for gorgeous soups and stir -fries, bitter winter greens meet pomegranates and persimmons for festive salads. Silken tofu has a special place at the winter table in just about everything we do. From seasonal sides and mains to winter pies and puddings, we can’t seem to get enough of that nutrient packed protein!

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