Seasonality, Superfoods and Other Secrets of Japanese Cuisine (online)
Traditional Japanese cuisine is often associated with nutrition, longevity and wellness, in addition to a rich array of delicious flavors. What is it about Japanese cooking that makes it so good for us? This webinar explores that question, looking at the role of nutrient-packed superfoods in Japanese cooking, as well as the importance placed on the concept of seasonality. Yumi Komatsudaira discovered the potential of ocean vegetable superfoods while growing up around her family’s seaweed business. Nancy Singleton Hachisu has spent the past few decades living on an organic Japanese farm, gaining a deep understanding of the connection between food and the seasons. Together, they explore how traditional concepts in Japanese cuisine can be incorporated into a healthy lifestyle today. The second event in our multi-part Living Traditions webinar series this season.
Venue: Japan Society
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