Making kakuni takes time. Some people take 4~5 hours or over night to make pork as tender as possible. And using pressure cooker can save your time if you have one. Ingredients for serving 3~5 : 500~600g(1~1.3pounds) Pork back ribs : 1 cup Sake : 30g Ginger : 2 Garlic clove : 600ml Coca cola : 1 more cup Sake : 30ml Vinegar : 1 tbsp Mirin : Bay leaf : 3~5 Boiled egg : 2.5 tbsp Soy sauce : (1 tbsp Sugar) in order to your taste : Cabbage or whatever vegetable you like : Rice * You can also use honey instead of sugar if you are going to use suga to your taste. And like I said in this video, it doesn’t taste like coca cola. It’s not used for flavor. It’s for tenderizing pork back berry faster. I just wanted to save my time. Today’s customer at RUNNY’s www.youtube.com Check out marronrecipe’s channel www.youtube.com Music by Purple Planet www.purple-planet.com SHW shw.in My Blog runnyrunny999.blogspot.com Twitter twitter.com Facebook www.facebook.com Helloasia ハローアジアwww.helloasia.jp Thanks -runnyrunny999
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The IINsider’s Digest gathers all the hottest nutrition topics around the web in one place for you to easily digest. This week it was reported that trans fats are on the decline after years of warnings. Integrative Nutrition graduate and chocolatier extraordinaire Vanessa Barg touts the health benefits of chocolate, farmers markets are cropping up at hospitals, and a preschool makes a healthy food faux pas.
Trans fats on the decline
Featuring IIN speaker Michael Jacobson
Years of warnings about the dangers of artery-clogging trans fats seem to be paying off: The amount of trans fats in the blood of white adults in the USA dropped a “dramatic” 58% from 2000 to 2009, a government study shows. Read more.