On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, I delivered gluten-free vegan burgers to a wonderful Japanese Community in San Jose. Since it is not a usual Japanese bento style, I thought it would be much easier to create this type of lunch box to go. But, oh boy! I ended up spending all day preparing... Baking gluten-free buns and bread required a lot of attention & tears😿 But I am so glad that I was able to complete this mission. I want to thank all the people who tried out my gluten free veggie burgers💕
Here' the full course of the menu.
☆ Lentil & burdock root patty together with homemade kechup
☆ Beets steak with dill sauce
☆ Mushed yellow cauliflower with tofu
☆ Red cabbage & onion slaw
☆ Sautéed daikon & mushrooms
☆ Gluten-free zucchini buns or 2 slices of simple rice bread
☆ Pesto quinoa pasta
☆ Baked sweet potatoes
☆ Lemon curd
(All vegan & Gluten free)
Burdock root has been used for centuries in holistic medicine. It has many healing properties such as a blood purifier to clear the bloodstream of toxins. It also contains multiple types of powerful antioxidants which protect cells in the body from free radicals, and prevents a number of different health conditions. In oriental medicine, burdock juice was used as a remedy to heal the appendicitis. I heard many people recovered after taking these burdock remedies. FYI, I leave the photo copy of "Burdock Juice" recipe from the book called "Macrobiotic Home Remedies" by Michio Kushi.
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