Since almost a year ago, I have been working with two other mom friends on opening the first Japanese/English bilingual preschool in Brooklyn. We decided to open a new preschool because there is no Japanese preschool/daycare in Brooklyn, even though there are so many Japanese families (Japanese and American or other nationalities mix) in Brooklyn. … Continue reading Announcement
We are exposed to toxins in the environment all day, 24/7, stress, sunlight, pesticides, pollution, medications, food additives and more. These create free radicals which are chemically active atoms or molecular fragments that have a charge due to an excess or deficient number of electrons. When free radicals are produced, oxidative stress occurs. The simple examples of … Continue reading Antioxidant Reset Workshop: Protect Yourself from Oxidation
This hot and humid weather reminds me of the days I lived in Japan. That was really long time ago but I do remember how hot the summer was in Tokyo. Unfortunately, the air quality is getting bad comparing to those my childhood, you definitely need to protect yourself from getting heat exhaustion, characterized by … Continue reading August 2011 Cooking Class – Stay Cool and Healthy with Summer Vegetables
Many people loved the dishes!!! I personally loved the eggplant balls. They are so delicious!
July Cooking Class Summer Fun - Vegan Picnic We all want to be in the outdoor as much as possible during the summer, especially those of us who live in the city since we don't get much sun in general. Eating outdoors is really fun and makes the food taste better (somehow?)! Either cooking for … Continue reading July 2011 Cooking Class
Hideyo makes really delicious gluten-free, vegan meals but today's recipes are some of her top dishes! I loved everything!
Beans are a wonderful way to add high-quality, plant-based protein to your diet. Instead of using a can of beans, learn how to cook beans from the scratch and non-ordinary bean recipes that Hideyo created. I am going to talk about the health benefits and cooking tips for each type of beans we use for … Continue reading June Cooking Class -All About Beans: Early Summer Series
May Cooking Class Local Spring Vegetables Now you start seeing a variety of local spring vegetables at farmer's market. Please eat a lot of those to clean up your system. You can learn new vegetables that you haven't eaten and seen before. Menu Fiddleheads with Local Vegetable Salad Raw Asparagus Soup Green peas Falafel Herb … Continue reading May 2011 Cooking Class
Spring Detox Gluten Free Cooking Class Using good alkaline foods, chef Hideyo has created wonderful detox recipes. You can add these delicious alkaline meals to your diet, so that you become less acidic. Hideyo demonstrates that detox can be tasty! Menu Buckwheat Berry Risotto with Spring Vegetables Raw Kale Salad with Cucumber and Pumpkin seeds … Continue reading April Cooking Class
RSVP - firstname.lastname@example.org Gluten Free Cooking Class - Lowering High Blood Pressure I talked about High Blood Pressure in last month's newsletter, now we are going to demonstrate the tasty dishes which help lower the high blood pressure. Holistic Chef, Hideyo is always creative. The menu for this cooking class is: Vegan cream chowder with … Continue reading March Event