Japanese

Japanese cuisine incorporates seasonal ingredients and embraces a myriad of cooking methods. From boiled soups and fried foods to raw fish and fresh salads you can discover a diverse range of flavors and textures in Japanese cuisine.

Japanese-Style Cabbage Slaw

Cabbage often gets a bad rap as a vegetable to avoid. It causes gastrointestinal distress in some ...
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Shabu Shabu

Shabu Shabu: Celebrating Two Years at Second Act Kitchen

One recent evening we had Shabu Shabu night at our house.  Shabu Shabu (しゃぶしゃぶ ), which comes ...
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Carrot and Lotus Root Stir Fry

Several years ago, when I was in Japan for a family vacation, I discovered lotus root. It ...
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Edamame with Onion

By Sue Sing Lim, MS, RDN, LDN I recently stumbled upon delicious immature frozen soybeans at the ...
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Barbara Spalding RDN Culinary Dietitian

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Barbara Spalding MS, RDN, Culinary Dietitian

As a dietitian and world traveler, I love bold flavors — in food and in life. 14 years ago, I fell down the rabbit hole into Breast Cancer Wonderland. Since then, I’ve learned to cook differently while savoring the pleasures of food and companionship. I’ve built a resilient new life and a bold new kitchen. Let me show you the flavors of the world.
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