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  1. photo <b>Miso</b>…Hungry? 6 Delicious Tricks to Using <b>Miso</b>Miso…Hungry? 6 Delicious Tricks to Using MisoArticle
      What’s made from fermented soybeans, spreadable like margarine, healthy enough to fight off cancer, and very versatile in the kitchen? If you guessed miso, you win the foodie know-it-all prizeRead more
  2. Miso Tahini Soup with Garlic & CuminRecipe
    is a satisfying soup for autumn season. It helps warm a cold digestion and keep dry membranes hydrated. Miso is fermented soy bean. Fermented foods are sour and easy to digest. Tahini adds heartiness. Garlic addsRead more
  3. photo The astonishing radioprotective effects of <b>MISO</b> explained: Nagasaki, Hiroshima and Chernobyl survivors speak out... eat to live!The astonishing radioprotective effects of MISO explained: Nagasaki, Hiroshima and Chernobyl survivors speak out... eat to live!News
    to the effects of harmful radiation... even people who were less than a mile from the epicenter of the atomic bombs. What was different about these people? As you'll learn here, they were all consuming misoRead more
  4. photo Gueule de bois : 9 remèdes naturelsGueule de bois : 9 remèdes naturelsArticle
    Découvrez en vidéo 9 remèdes naturels de grands-mères contre la gueule de bois. Eau, citron, soupe miso, gingembre, menthe poivrée, miel, romarin, oeufs, etc.Read more
  5. Réduire des bouffées de chaleurArticle
    Pour réduire les bouffées de chaleur annonciatrices de la ménopause, il faut intégrer du soja à l’alimentation. On peut aussi intégrer le tofu et le miso à l’alimentation qui sont réduitsRead more
  6. photo 4 façons de cuisiner le soja4 façons de cuisiner le sojaTreatment
    . Ces petits dés moelleux, que les adorateurs de cuisine japonaise connaissent dans la soupe miso, se cuisinent de mille façons. Ils agrémentent évidemment une salade. N’ayez pas peur d’expérimenterRead more
  7. photo Aula da Mari Hirata sobre fermentadosAula da Mari Hirata sobre fermentadosRecipe
    que tentei mudar de lado.  Bem, para fazer o miso, só mesmo acompanhando quem sabe. Se você não esteve na aula da Mari e nunca viu ninguém fazer, no blog da Marisa talvez você possa aprender com o passoRead more
  8. photo 4 Superfood Seaweed Recipes to Love for Meatless Monday4 Superfood Seaweed Recipes to Love for Meatless MondayArticle
    is in the flavorful tahini drizzle. Lemon juice, chickpea miso paste, raw tahini, medjool dates, and garlic unite to make this rich, creamy sauce. Noodle image via Shutterstock Shirataki noodles are the baseRead more
  9. photo Acabar con el estreñimiento, los gases y el vientre inflamadoAcabar con el estreñimiento, los gases y el vientre inflamadoArticle
    , y sopas, en estas últimas se deben añadir cuando ya se baja la sopa del fuego y no permitiendo que lleguen a hervir. Miso Esta es una pasta de soja fermentada con sal marina, se prepara diluyéndoloRead more
  10. photo A Vegan Bone Broth Recipe?A Vegan Bone Broth Recipe?Recipe
    to a body that’s too acidic (from likely culprits: coffee, alcohol, meat and sugar). Adding miso paste to this recipe brings the benefit of a fermented food to the broth, which helps improve digestionRead more

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Mysophobia, also known as verminophobia, germophobia, germaphobia, bacillophobia and bacteriophobia, is a pathological fear of contamination and germs. The term was coined by Dr. William Alexander Hammond in 1879 when describing a case of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) exhibited in repeatedly washing one's hands. Mysophobia has long been related to the OCD of constantly washing one's...More

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Miso (みそ or 味噌?) is a traditional Japanese seasoning produced by fermenting soybeans with salt and the fungus Aspergillus oryzae, known in Japanese as kōji (麹?), and sometimes rice, barley, or other ingredients. The result is a thick paste used for sauces and spreads, pickling vegetables or meats, and mixing with dashi soup stock to serve as miso soup called misoshiru (味噌汁?), a Japanese...More