This book takes you, step by step and with verbose instructions as well as excellent photographs, through the process of making tofu at home, using common household cookware and generally available ingredients.
Grady Harp, who wears Amazon TOP 50 REVIEWER, VINE VOICE, HALL OF FAME REVIEWER and REAL NAME badges, gives my new book Lose Weight with Okara: a Miracle Food a 5-star rating. Grady says, “Eigh supplements his book with some fine historical facts that embellish his concepts of using Okara as a means of losing weight. His emphasis is on Okinawa, known for the long life and disease free state of its citizens. He introduces the Japanese concept of `hara hachi bu’ – translated freely it means `quit eating when you are 80% full.'”
J. Chambers, who wears Amazon HALL OF FAME REVIEWER, TOP 10 REVIEWER and REAL NAME badges, gives my new book Lose Weight with Okara: a Miracle Food a 5-star rating. J (short for Jim I believe) says, “Although I had never heard of okara before reading M. Eigh’s book, he does make a compelling case for okara as a weight loss product. The book has piqued my interest enough that I may give it a try if any of our local Asian markets carry it.”
With this unique and entertaining book that’s part dietary advice, part travelogue, M. Eigh takes you on a journey to the fascinating corners of history, culture and science.
You will return with new wisdom on how to lose weight safely and a treasure map of how to arrive at good health with the help of an ancient yet newly available miracle food: okara.
Hara Hachi Bu Made Easy!
If you have tried hara haci bu before, you would know it is a torturous hunger game. Okara effectively takes the hunger game out of the equation. If you have not heard of hara hachi bu before, you have all the more reason to check out Lose Weight with Okara: a Miracle Food.