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Natto, a fermented food made from beans, is earning fame for its ability to lower LDL cholesterol. This article details seven of the health benefits of natto.
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Natto is a traditional Japanese food with a strong flavor and smell. Natto is very good because it has lots of health benefits. Learn more about what is natto and how to make homemade natto from this easy-to-follow natto tutorial!
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8 · 45 minutes · Learn how to Make Natto at home three ways with this easy step-by-step recipe!
- • 1 pack Natto, frozen
- • 60 g Natto from previous batch
- • 760 g Soy bean, dry
- • 400 g Soy beans, cooked
- • 1/8 g Natto bacillus bacteria starter
- • 1 tbsp Water, filtered
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Here's how to prepare natto, Japanese fermented soybeans, and a couple different ways to eat it.
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Do you know about "natto"? It refers to Japanese fermented soybeans. Due to its unique stickiness, texture, and taste, it is a food that many people don’t like. However, not only is it healthy and nutritious, but there are many people who eat it every day in Japan! This time, we’d like to teach you the correct way to eat natto so that you can thoroughly enjoy one of Japan’s most traditional foods.
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4 · Natto is nutrient-rich Japanese superfood. Eating one pack a day would keep your guts healthy!
- • 1 pack Natto
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6 · How to Eat Natto (Nattō - 納豆) | Pickled Plum Food And Drinks
- • 1/2 Avocado
- • 1/2 cup English cucumber
- • 1 package Natto
- • 1 Scallion
- • 1 Egg, Raw
- • 1 Soy sauce
Pasta & Grains
- • 1/2 cup Japanese rice, cooked
Natto is rich in many nutrients; most importantly it is an excellent source of vitamin K2. Click through to read more about this Japanese delicacy!
Natto involves a lengthy process of soaking, cooking and fermenting the beans. The actual hands-on time is approximately 1 hour.
- • 2 cups organic soybeans 6 cups filtered water for soaking starter
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