Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Taka Update March 18, 2015

 Taka Update March 18,  2015
Fish delivery and more
☆ Good tuna came yesterday, I expected nice toro but it was not there. If we think of tuna, this one is great.
☆ Uni is available. It is from Maine, not California this time.
  Live scallop is available. I think this is good for a while. The weather in NE is good.
I bought Fish Omakase from Japan. 4 kinds of unknown fishes were in it. Must try!

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Ginger Ginger Ginger
Researchers from the University of Minnesota's Hormel Institute found that gingerols may inhibit the growth of colorectal cancer cells after providing the herb to mice specifically bred to lack an immune system. Scientists fed the mice half a milligram of gingerol three times a week before injecting them with human colorectal cancer cells.

After 15 days, 13 tumors were found in the control group (meaning they were not given gingerol) compared to just four tumors identified in the group that received gingerol. By day 38, one mouse in the gingerol-receiving group still had no measurable tumors; however, all of the control group mice were eventually euthanized because their tumors had grown to one cubic centimeter (0.06 cubic inch).

It's clear that ginger has some amazing healing capabilities. Similar to turmeric, it works great medicinally, but is also a staple in many fine-tasting cuisines.

Ginger is incredibly versatile, meaning it can be used in many types of food. One of the most popular uses for ginger is for desserts. Ginger cookies, gingerbread, ginger waffles and even cocktails are just a few sweets you can make using this herb.

 Actually, we use a lot of ginger for cooking. We make Ginger dressing for salad. We make Honey Ginger tea. I use Ginger for Healthy Body Soup. I also use Ginger for some sashimi sauce.

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