It is a well-known fact that Japan has the longest life expectancy in the world. The average life expectancy in other countries is 60 or 70 years, while Japan’s average life expectancy is 80, 90, or 100 years. It is no secret that their traditional diet has led to longevity. They have a food culture in the fullest sense of the word. Okinawa is considered to be the heart of Japan’s food culture. In English, Okinawa is known as the Land of Immortals. That is the idea of the land of the immortals. We summarize some of the food secrets of the people of this immortal land.
01.What do you eat more?
The world-famous Japanese eat more sushi. But they are not the only ones eating sushi. The Japanese mostly add vegetarian and seafood to their diet. Fish is one of their favorite foods. But they eat fish differently than people in other parts of the world. They also change the way they cook. The Japanese, who face winter, prepare vegetables and fish for spring. But that’s not the point in a natural way. The other is that they eat organically processed foods.
02.Seaweed and Japanese
The Japanese are an enormous seafood eater in the world. In Sri Lanka, have we ever eaten seaweed from an island surrounded by the sea? But the Japanese often add seaweed to their diet. Seaweed is said to cure diseases such as cancer. So, about the longevity of the Japanese?
03.Different ways of cooking
There are several food gardening methods in the world. We use only a minimal number of them. But in comparison, the Japanese use these methods more. Techniques such as slow-cooking, long-term cooking, broiling, steaming, stewing, fermenting, brazing, and so on. Using.
04.Green tea addiction
This is the secret that kept many Japanese people from losing weight. The Japanese drink the best green tea in the world. Black tea culture in our countries as well as green tea culture in Japan. They make no mistake about a cup of green tea with every meal.
Breakfast is an important meal – it can either make or break your day. They prefer to eat OKAYU (berry rice porridge) and GOHAN (steamed rice) and freshly baked fresh fish in that dish. They also believe that it gives them the strength to work during the day.
The Japanese prefer local desserts to Western desserts. But they do not go after desserts as much as other nations. Here are some of the traditional Japanese desserts: Anmitsu, Kohi Zeri, Wagashi
07.Not hungry to diet
A common question most people in the world ask Japanese is, “Do you diet?” That is to say. But traditional Japanese do not diet to lose weight. The rice, vegetables, fish, and pickles they eat do not store body fat. Also, walking and cycling are a Japanese custom. So why do we ask a Japanese question like that?
08.Number one is purity – discipline
This is number one, as we last wrote. This is why not only food but also the development of the country took place. The Japanese respect the food they eat. Food is not sold on the floor. Climb on them, step on them, sleep on them do not do the trick. Respectfully, cleanly sells, cooks clean, eats clean.