Natto Recipes for Ikigai Diet Part6: Natto with Stir Fried Vegetables

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Fermented Soybeans called Natto have so many benefits including weight loss, beautifying your skin, purifying your blood, strengthening your bones, helping your digestion, and strengthening your muscles. Natto is a great substitute for meat, so it is a must food to have, especially if you are vegetarian or vegan.

 

So, since last week, I have been introducing different recipes to enjoy these incredible fermented soybeans.

 

Today I would like to share Natto with stir fried vegetables. Yesterday I said that Natto germ would be more activated when it is heated up. This is another way of eating heated Natto.

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First, you chop vegetables into small pieces.

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Next, you stir fry them.

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When the vegetables are cooked, you add Natto.

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Then you pour soy sauce over them.

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That’s it. It’s very simple.

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Again, you want to eat it with fermented brown rice, miso soup, and pickles.

 

Tomorrow, I am going to reveal my secret; the reason why my Natto is bigger than usual Natto.

 

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