Tuesday, January 16, 2018

You cannot eat these items in 2018

I saw these from MSN site. These are not good for health. Frozen food, Microwave food, instant food, soda, snacks, chocolate, bottled drink and more. We have to eat fresh made food for health. I actually drink Coke but not daily. I use ketchup but only fried potato on Sunday golf. I eat potato chips but not weekly or monthly. I eat pasta but  less than weekly. Eat good and life is good. Taka
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Slide 11 of 101: PER 2 BARS: 190 calories, 9 g fat (5 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 85 mg sodium, 26 g carbs (1 g fiber, 20 g sugar), 3 g protein Slide 12 of 101: PER 2 OZ.: 240 calories, 5 g fat (4.5 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 0 mg sodium, 49 g carbs (0 g fiber, 33 g sugar), 0 g protein Slide 14 of 101: PER 5 PIECES: 230 calories, 13 g fat (8 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 45 mg sodium, 24 g carbs (1 g fiber, 22 g sugar), 3 g protein
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Slide 20 of 101: PER 5 PIECES (85 G): 310 calories, 25 g fat (10 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 590 mg sodium, 13 g carbs (1 g fiber, 1 g sugar), 8 g protein Slide 24 of 101: PER 2 OZ.: 200 calories, 1 g fat (0 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 0 mg sodium, 42 g fiber (3 g fiber, 1 g sugar), 7 g protein Slide 27 of 101: Per 1 slice (43 g): 110 calories, 1.5 g fat (0 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 240 mg sodium, 22 g carbs (1 g fiber, 4 g sugar), 4 g protein
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Slide 64 of 101: Per large order: 800 calories, 39 g fat (7 g saturated fat, 0.5 g trans fat), 790 mg sodium, 101 g carbs (5 g fiber, 26 g sugar), 11 g protein Slide 69 of 101: 1,390 calories, 87 g fat (35 g saturated fat, 1.5 g trans fat), 3,770 mg sodium, 110 g carbs (3 g fiber, 76 g sugar), 46 g protein Slide 71 of 101: Per tbsp: 20 calories, 0 g fat, 160 mg sodium, 5 g carbs (0 g fiber, 4 g sugar), 0 g protein
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Monday, January 15, 2018

Shio Ramen

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Ramen is popular but Tonkotsu ramen must be heavy and greasy?  Light buy flavorful ramen is this.

Taka Update January 15, 2018

  Taka Sushi Update January 15, 2018
Fish Information
Winter is really good for fish. Cold weather make fish fatty and this is good for taste. But Tuna is not like this. I can get big eye tuna but not much fat this year so far.
I can get live scallop from Boston area. This is the first shipment of this year.
Uni is from Maine. Maine uni is stable quality and price.
I cut Kinki, thorn head and replace to Sayori, halfbeak.
I get Fish Omakase box every Tuesday now. Nee to get this every week because this is so good. Real sushi fish lovers really like this omakase. Tuna, salmon and Hamachi are 50% of sushi sales but fish omakase is just like show window item. And the Japanese local fish taste very good.

Holiday Info
Today is MLK day but we are opened lunch and dinner.

Ramen Info
Our ramen soup is improved. I basically use 4 kinds of blue fish and, beef, pork and chicken with some vegetables. I add dried shrimp and kelp, dried sardine and the taste is better ever. So I decided to add Shio Ramen. Shio is sea salt and light but tasteful soup can drink all.  The noodle will be also changed soon.  I use very thin type noodle for tonkotsu ramen but will change to medium thin type noodle. American people like to eat ramen slow and this type might be last longer.

Physical Activity is Important
It is same every year. We need to lose weight. Especially we get old, we need to lose weight. I see so many people come to upstairs of my restaurant to see joint doctor’s office. They have problems with walking, joint of knees and I don’t know why they get like that. When we get old and cannot walk well, that’s really bad and need someone’s assist. It might be wife, husband, children, nurses. We have to walk as long as possible. Exercise is really important for all generations. I played golf yesterday with 77 years old guy. He was still good. And I felt could I walk like him when I got old. Read bellows. It is from American Diabetes Association.
Wondering why physical activity is so important?
Regular activity is a key part of managing diabetes along with proper meal planning, taking medications as prescribed, and stress management.
When you are active, your cells become more sensitive to insulin so it can work more efficiently. Your cells also remove glucose from the blood using a mechanism totally separate from insulin during exercise.
So, exercising consistently can lower blood glucose and improve your A1C. When you lower your A1C, you may be able to take fewer diabetes pills or less insulin.
Physical activity is also important for your overall well being, and can help with many other health conditions.
Regular physical activity:
·         lowers blood pressure and cholesterol
·         lowers your risk for heart disease and stroke
·         burns calories to help you lose or maintain weight
·         increases your energy for daily activities
·         helps you sleep better
·         relieves stress
·         strengthens your heart and improves your blood circulation
·         strengthens your muscles and bones
·         keeps your joints flexible
·         improves your balance to prevent falls
·         reduces symptoms of depression and improves quality of life

Taka Sushi    4600 Roswell Rd. Suite E110, Sandy Springs, GA 30342

Reservation 404-851-1500       Instagram sushiandpassion

Thursday, January 11, 2018

This fish is coming next week.

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New fish is coming.
Sailfin Poacher, Hakkaku is Japanese name.
It is from Hokkaido.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Fish Omakase arrived

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Just arrived from Kyushu, Japan.
Unicorn Leather Jacket, Chicken Grunt, Opal Eye and Spanish mackerel.

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Unicorn Leather Jacket Nigiri Sushi
I steam lever and place on top of the meat.

I try to buy Fish Omakase every Tuesday. This is real Japanese sushi.

Monday, January 8, 2018

Happy New Year!

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I could not hit Mega or Power last week. So My restaurant is still opened and need to make money from daily businesses. I found 3 cents on the ground near parking lot. Very happy to pick up.

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Eat Sashimi if you are looking for losing weight. I know many people's resolutions are same every year.

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I eat this sometimes. This is salt ramen. I juts add sea salt with my ramen soup stock. Simple, light  and delicious., I cannot eat greasy ramen at other places, Soup is my 1st priority.

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Getting good tuna is always my concern. It is not easy and getting harder every year.

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We try to sell chicken wings for Football games. You can try this with sushi.

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Fish Omakase is coming next week, Tuesday. Need to eat good fish? Try this !

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Do you like Lamb? If you use miso for marinating, Miso can erase bad odor of lamb.

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This is 10 always. I am trying this year.
Actually I add "Always Positive". This pic is from Kauffman Tire's business card.

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Katsu means win. This is Katsu don. Crispy fried pork with egg sauce over steamed rice. One of popular dish in Japan but this is a kind of Good luck!

Thank you reading my blog. I try to place more photos and articles this year.   Taka

Monday, December 11, 2017

Taka Sushi Update December 11, 2017

Taka Sushi Update December 11, 2017
Fish Information
Tuna is still not recovered from Thanksgiving Holiday. I am looking for big eye tuna from Ecuador.
Live Scallop comes today. If you are looking for this, better come weekdays. It is hard to get it at weekend.
December is Japanese Fish Omakase, I get it from Tokushima, Japan this Thursday.
Uni is from Maine or Japan right now. Both are not bad.

Holiday Info
We will be closed December 24-25( Sunday- Monday) and December 31-January 1( Sunday-Monday).

Winter fitness: Safety tips for exercising outdoors
The colder weather has officially arrived and for outdoor workouts, that means making a few adjustments. If you don’t enjoy hitting the treadmill but also don’t like working out in cold weather, we have some tips to help you maintain your outdoor fitness routine. See 5 tips below.
1.    Hydration
Always remember to stay hydrated! Oftentimes we don’t think about drinking plenty of water before, after and during winter workouts. Although it is extremely important to keep hydrated during the summer, it’s equally important during the winter. If you wait until you’re thirsty, that means you are already dehydrated. Drink plenty of water before your workout. Keeping hydrated also helps with dry skin that many people experience during the winter months. Steer clear from consuming too many sports drinks unless you are exercising for a sustained amount of time.

2. Layering
If you didn’t know already, there is a proper way to layer your clothing when going for a cold, outdoor run or walk. Make sure your first, or bottom layer is a moisture wicking, synthetic material that draws sweat away from your body. Cotton should be avoided as it holds sweat to your skin which can keep you cold and possibly cause chills. The second layer should be a fleece material for insulating and keeping your body warm. The third and final layer, which is the top layer, needs to be wind or water proof.

Don’t forget to protect your ears and hands. When you run or walk outside, your body heat is directed towards your core leaving your extremities colder. Always use a head wrap or ear muffs and gloves.

3. Warm-up
Colder weather equals tighter muscles and joints. It’s easy to pull a muscle when you’re exercising in wintry temperatures. Before your workout, practice dynamic movement stretches to get your blood flowing and body warmed up. Try bringing your knees up to your chest, doing walking lunges or taking a brisk lap before you begin.

Do you experience side pains during colder weather when you exercise? Try wearing a face mask. It helps warm the air before it reaches your lungs, which might lessen the chance of side pains.

4. Shoes
Whether you live in a blizzard-prone climate or a town that only sees patches of ice on a rare occasion, it’s important your shoes have safe traction. Try using a trail shoe during the winter. This doesn’t mean a heavy, hiking shoe. New Balance offers trail/running shoes that are light-weight and have great traction for slippery floors.

5. Mix it up
As much as you might despise hopping on the treadmill, try to mix up your exercise routine at least once a week. Our body will always work harder in extreme temperatures and giving it a break every now and then is a good idea. Try an indoor class or strength training in an indoor setting. It’s also a great idea to practice a less strenuous workout one day a week to give your body a break. You’ll feel better in general and your muscles will appreciate it!
Full story is here.
https://www.cooperaerobics.com/Health-Tips/Fitness-Files/Five-Winter-Workout-Tips.aspx

Taka Sushi    4600 Roswell Rd. Suite E110, Sandy Springs, GA 30342
Reservation 404-851-1500       Instagram sushiandpassion