Japanese Quick, delicious, healthy home cooking w/8 recipes
What you'll learn
- ・ How to make yakuzen that eliminates cooking time and hassle, and frees you from the guilty feeling of omission
- ・ How to make yakuzen that are quick, delicious, and healthy
- ・ 5 recipes and how to make arrangements
- ・ How to eat plenty of vegetables deliciously and reasonably
- Anyone (cooking beginners are welcomed!)
Free yourself from the guilt of cooking time, hassle, and omissions! Make your standard dishes time-saving and exquisite by utilizing "Yakuzen Tsukurioki", which was born from the theory of yakuzen and kasane-ni. Just cut it, stack it, put it on low heat, and leave it alone! [Hottoku-ni] makes your daily cooking easy, fun and delicious!
〈Do you have such a problem?〉
・ It is a burden to cook every day.
・ Want to make delicious and healthy meals even if you are busy.
・ Feel guilty about omissions and takeouts.
・ Want to have more variation on recipes.
・Don’t have time to go to cooking classes.
→ This course is exactly for you!
You will learn and practice recipes like you are at a cooking class, you will know the theory and you will acquire these firmly.
As a privilege, PDF materials (text, 8 recipes, 5 days "Yakuzen Tsukurioki" utilization image list) are included.
Useful for reviewing and creating menus.
〈Outline of curriculum〉
Chapter 1: Introduction of the merits of “Hottoku-ni” that realizes delicious and healthy in a short time
Chapter 2: Lecture on making “Hottoku-ni”
Chapter 3: Arrangement recipe commentary (with recipe PDF) that makes standard dishes time-saving and exquisite
Aemono of green vegetables and seaweed
Nimono of Yaki-fu
Chapter 4: Summary of "Yakuzen Tsukurioki"
・ "Hotoku-ni" was a great cooking method that could make a week's worth of arrangement recipes based on the basic “Kasane-ni”!
Recently, I used to make simmered dishes by imitating what I saw, but it's best to learn this from a professional as soon as possible! (haha)
From the tips on how to cut vegetables, I learned a lot of things that are not written on the Internet, such as how to sprinkle salt, how long to cook, and criteria for completion!
“Hottoku-ni” has a sweet scent of vegetables and it is very sweet when we eat!
When I put a dash of soy sauce, it was delicious like I couldn’t stop eating it ♡ (ST, 30s)
・To me, “Tsukurioki” is meaning that make a large amount of foods and eat them in several days.
“Hottiku-ni” is a versatile dish that can be arranged and developed based on standard-dishes which is contrary to my expectation. I learnt that it can change to anything! (A ・ O 50s)
〈Not recommended for people described as below〉
Who this course is for:
- Those who want to cook delicious and healthy food easily
- Those who have many opportunities to cook and want to reduce the burden
- Those who have trouble deciding what to cook everyday
- Those who need to make baby food and/or long-term care food
- Those who want to eat plenty of vegetables deliciously
Hiromi Higashi (Yakuzen mom)
Easy yakuzen recipes and self-care even busy moms can do.
*What is Yakuzen…?
Meals as dietary therapy based on traditional Chinese medicine
Presided over an online yakuzen food course [Rakuzen Life]. A yakuzen food instructor who raises children aged 3, 5, and 7.
More than 50 lectures have been held. It proposes time-saving yakuzen recipes that can be done even during busy child-rearing for more than 300 women.
It has been well received by moms, saying "You can enjoy your daily meals deliciously and healthily!"
Born in 1987, raised in Chiba prefecture.
After graduating from a welfare university, working for a social welfare job at the city hall and a child-rearing support NPO. She gave birth to three kids in her 20’s at a maternity home.
After giving birth to the third child, she developed postpartum depression and at the same time, her eldest son developed atopy. But improved with yakuzen and a natural way of living.
She became a postnatal day care chef at a maternity home and opened a medicated food cooking class that teaches simple yakuzen and self-care methods.
Complete transition to online courses. It has been well received as an online yakuzen class that can be attended with children.