Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Musicians' Brains Might Have an Edge on Aging
Secret of long life?
Be happy mentally and physically. Be crazy sometimes. Laughing is also good. Move your fingers well. This motion stimulates your brain. Inventing stock money is also good. You see many numbers from Monday to Friday. Watch CNBC and memorize all numbers show up. This is good brain training. How much is Gold price, Silver price, Copper price, Oil price an more.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
SUSHI DAY is coming on November 1st. Thusrday. You can get 30% of your dining coupon.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Children's healthy diets lead to healthier IQ
Not much fun if I dont get good tuna. Tuna is my life line.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Stroke continues to rank as the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., permanently disabling and needlessly taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of adults every year. Recent studies have demonstrated that the risk of stroke can be lowered by following simple lifestyle changes including regular physical activity, limiting or eliminating trans and hydrogenated fats and sugars from the diet and consuming a variety of antioxidants from natural foods or supplemental sources.
A research team from the University of Eastern Finland, reporting in the journal, Neurology has determined that eating tomatoes and tomato-based foods is associated with a lower risk of stroke, due in large part to high concentrations of the potent antioxidant, lycopene. Lycopene is a well studied compound that gives tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables their deep red color. In prior studies, lycopene has been associated with a significant risk reduction in the development and progression of prostate cancer.
Pumpkins lower blood glucose levels, shrink enlarged prostates and prevent male hair loss
Pumpkins are a form of Native American squash and are welcome both as a decorative and edible item in autumn season festivities. While most people associate pumpkins with Halloween, fall festivals, and American Thanksgiving desserts, both pumpkins and pumpkin seed oil pack a serious health- boosting punch.
Pumpkins and pumpkin seed oil have alkaloids, flavonoids, and three different essential fatty acids. Not only is pumpkin full of antioxidants, the autumn squash has anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-diabetic properties, as well.
In 2009, a Japanese team of scientists compared pumpkin paste to a control group of laboratory rats with Type 2 diabetes in an oral glucose tolerance test. Pumpkin paste was considered to be effective in improving glucose tolerance and insulin resistance.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Then, I cut tuna. OMG, there were so many holes. And meat was melted. I talked with supplier. " I cannot make sushi with this tuna, I will return."
And I made sure Toro part was really good. So, I decide to return tuna part and left toro part.
But I did not worry about toro. I have a lot of toro to sell this weekend.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
I saw this article at AJC. We really need to be careful. Raw food is always dangerous.
The Gwinnett County health inspector said the certified food safety manager wasn’t ensuring food was kept at the right temperatures, or utensils were cleaned properly and food stored correctly.
In addition, the manager could not identify the five illnesses that should be reported to the health department if an employee brings them to work.
Among other noted violations, an employee reached a bare hand into a vinegar mixture for sushi rice. Another employee washed a container and knife without using soap or sanitizer.
Some frozen salmon had not been kept at temperatures low enough to kill parasites. The inspector told them not to serve it raw or undercooked. The restaurant’s menus did not include a consumer advisory disclosing all raw or undercooked items.
Temperatures in the sushi cooler were not maintained at 41 degrees or below. And temperatures in another cooler were also too high, with some sushi being held there recorded at 63 degrees. Food was also stored improperly, with raw chicken and raw fish placed above vegetables.
A bowl of rice in water was left under a work table. And paper towels, which cannot come in contact with food, was being used to wrap fish and several other food items, according to the report.
When contacted, Wasabi management had no comment. The restaurant’s previous inspection scores are B’s, and the facility will be re-inspected in the next two weeks.
Here are other recent inspection scores from area restaurants.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Saturday, October 13, 2012
I say stripper, not dancer.
This fish has hard skin like shark but can remove like this picture. So, I say stripper.
Anyway, you have to eat this fish with liver.
It is not like Ankimo, Monk fish liver. It is very good. And it was sold out already.
It will come back next Thursday.
Sujiko is just like th epicture, just come out from stomach. It get together.
I have to remove skin and take each by each.
Then, it become Ikura.
And we normally serve frozen Ikura all season. And this Ikura is salty because of salted.
I always wash and soak in dashi soy sauce but it is still salty.
Fresh Ikura is available only 1 month.
Eating season is good.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Taka sushiandpassion www.sushiandpassion.blogspot.com
Did you know more than 1000 people got food poison in Germany? It was from frozen strawberry from China.
You can see many YouTube videos.
They made Gyoza dumpling from papers before.
They made ice from river water.
Chinese imports and food safety PBS
China is 100 years behind U.S. in product and food safety. CNN
Pollution in China CBS
Food Safety in Beijing
Pollution in China CNN part 1
Pollution in China CNN part 2
I have more but these are enough, maybe.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Most of tuna come from Bahama, Ecuador, Gulf of Mexico and Trinidad Tobago.
I have no idea for next week tuna.
I want to win,
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Monday, October 1, 2012
The Heart of Echizen: Wood-fired work by contemporary masters (Demorest, GA)
Figures at a glance
The size of aquatic water-breathers is strongly affected by temperature, oxygen level and other factors such as resource availability2, 14. Specifically, the maximum body weight ( ) of marine fishes and invertebrates is fundamentally limited by the balance between energy demand and supply, where is reached when energy demand = energy supply (thus net growth = 0). This can be expressed by the function that is commonly used to describe growth of fishes 15