Do you know probiotics in Japanese fermented foods are stronger than one in yogurts ?

Today, I would like to talk about probiotics in Japanese fermented foods, especially KOJI fermented Japanese superfoods!

WHAT’S KOJI? 

Koji is Japan’s national culture – we ferment various things with koji such as soy sauce, miso, mirin (sweet rice wine), rice vinegar, amazake and so on.

 

 

Various types of dried rice koji 

 

I am a HUGE fan of Koji products because they are amazingly nutritious and fabulous for our health, beauty, weight loss and even happy mind.

SO…STRONGER THAN WHAT?

Probiotics found in Japanese fermented foods such as koji fermented foods and natto are plant-based. These plant-based probiotics are stronger than animal-based probiotics like the ones in most yogurts 

 

WHY STRONGER?

SURVIVE FROM GASTRIC JUICES
Plant-based probiotics like the ones found in koji-fermented foods can survive from gastric juices and reach the intestines ALIVE unlike animal-based probiotics like the ones in most yogurts.

HIGHER HEAT RESISTANCE 
Plant-based probiotics also have higher heat resistance. Meaning that even when miso or other koji-fermented food is cooked over high heat, heat-killed, dead probiotic still have beneficial effects in your gut. Probiotics in koji-fermented food help to recolonize your intestinal flora and can have a positive impact on your health and immune function.

DON’T WORRY! YOU CAN STILL COOK! 

It can also withstand heat meaning you will not lose its live probiotic effect when cooking. Just let you know that heat-killed probiotics are also beneficial for a healthy gut so don’t be afraid to cook koji-fermented foods.  Koji-fermented foods help to restore the beneficial bacteria in your intestines for healthy stomach microflora, aiding in digestion and assimilation of nutrients.
alive probiotics in koji fermented foods

Do you want to master Koji cooking for strong probiotics for your healthy gut?

It is much easier than you think! For example, you can use salt koji instead of salt and use amazake instead of sugar. How simple is that? Good news is you can buy salt koji and amazake at shops. The even better news is… it is shockingly easy to make salt koji.

Salt koji- super easy to make it! Only 5 minutes to prepare


DO YOU NEED HEALTHY VEGAN COOKING INSPIRATIONS?

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Do you know I run a cooking school in Sydney?

Please come and join my healthy Japanese superfoods cooking class in Sydney. We offer vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free cooking classes that are filled with tasty and easy recipes. You will learn not only cooking skills and tips but also how to use Japanese ancient wisdom on a daily basis for your health, energy, and beauty! Don’t be afraid to make it a group event, team building cooking classes, hens party cooking classes and other group classes are available, the more the merrier! Join my cooking class from HERE or leave me an inquiry HERE.

You don’t live in Sydney?

Don’t worry, there are two ways to learn Japanese cooking with me.
-Online Course
I run online Japanese cooking courses! but I open the course 3 times a year. So if you want to be notified,  just drop your email address HERE
-Plant Based Cookbook
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Japanese superfoods cooking _vegan_cookbook

 

Happy Japanese superfoods cooking xx


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