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Comment le vin et le thé vert agissent contre Alzheimer

Comment le vin et le thé vert agissent contre Alzheimer | Japan Food | Scoop.it
Chacun de ces aliments contient une molécule qui empêche les plaques amyloïdes de détruire les cellules nerveuses du cerveau.
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Bang your gong for dorayaki, Doraemon's favorite snack | The Japan Times Online

Bang your gong for dorayaki, Doraemon's favorite snack | The Japan Times Online | Japan Food | Scoop.it
Traditional Japanese confections, or wagashi, can take a little getting used to for Western palates: The sticky-gooey texture of mochi (pounded rice) and the sweet an (bean paste) filling that are often used are quite different from most...
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Shaved ice: the traditional antidote to summer swelter | The Japan Times Online

Shaved ice: the traditional antidote to summer swelter | The Japan Times Online | Japan Food | Scoop.it
When the weather is swelteringly hot, there's nothing more appealing than an ice-cold drink or snack. One of these is kakigōri, a mound of shaved ice that is topped with a sweet, sticky syrup.
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Fresh soba flour is fall's precious prize | The Japan Times Online

Fresh soba flour is fall's precious prize | The Japan Times Online | Japan Food | Scoop.it
The obsession with fresh, seasonal food in Japan extends to things that you may not even think of as having seasons, such as dried flour.
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Serving green tea in your own home | The Japan Times Online

Serving green tea in your own home | The Japan Times Online | Japan Food | Scoop.it
It's impossible to write out a recipe for wagashi in such a limited space, and just as impossible to acquire the skills you need to make them!
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Sweet dreams of a childhood winter warmer | The Japan Times Online

Sweet dreams of a childhood winter warmer | The Japan Times Online | Japan Food | Scoop.it
The mournful chant of the ishi-yakiimo-ya or stone-roasted sweet-potato seller advertising his wares is a cherished part of the late fall and winter landscape in Japan.
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