“Euglena Chinsuko” (Okinawan cookie) in Ishigakijima, it’s a new delicious collaboration!

Chinsuko is one of the most popular souvenirs and traditional sweets in Okinawa. It is a baked confectionery which contains wheat flour, sugar and lard. The moderate sweetness is similar to shortbread. Here is the “Euglena(Japanese name is Midorimushi) Chinsuko” (Okinawan cookie) in Ishigakijima. (A box of 12)      Reference  www.oki-toku.com/304018.html The Chinsuko contain flavorful walnuts and Euglena which support beauty and health. It’s a new delicious collaboration! A cute image of a Euglena is printed on the package. It has a cute round shape and a thin green color, and it has a sweet but slightly bitter flavor. Reference kisyoku.bakufu.org/mic.htm Here is the Chinsuko (Okinawan cookies).       Reference ja.wikipedia.org/wiki … Continued

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“Euglena (Japanese name; Midorimushi) Kinakonejiri”, gentle sweetness of soybean flour

Kinakonejiri is made from Kinako (soybean flour) as a main ingredient. It is a popular Kinako Wagashi(Japanese sweets) among wide generations and has been made since early Edo period (around 1600 A.D.) . It contains soybean-derived protein and dietary fiber. You can enjoy the healthy flavor and gentle sweetness of soybean flour. “Euglena (Japanese name; Midorimushi) Kinakonejiri”   Reference  euglena-farm.jp The Kinakonejiri is kneaded super nutritious euglenas(Japanese name; Midorimushi)  which have 59 kinds of well-balanced nutrients such as essential amino acids, vitamins, and so on. Reference  euglena-farm.jp It is also tasty , so you can easily ingest abundant nutrients. It is co-developed by a Kinako confectionery maker and a Midorimushi … Continued

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Euglena sweet of Japanese convenience store, inexpensive and delicious

I’d like to introduce some sweets of Euglena (Japanese name: Midorimushi) sold at a Japanese convenience store named “FamilyMart.” “Euglena Honey and Oat Danish”     Reference ure.pia.co.jp/articles/-/25848?page=3 A honey-flavored Danish into which Euglena was kneaded, and fragrant oats are used as topping of it. It contains 300 milligrams of Euglena, but its flavor isn’t strong. “Euglena and powdered Green tea pudding”    Reference  ure.pia.co.jp/articles/-/25848?page=4 It is a pudding with a creamy powdered green tea flavor, and its texture is smooth. The flavor is enhanced by synergy of Euglena and powdered Green tea. Reference  ure.pia.co.jp/articles/-/25848?page=4 The pudding melts in your mouth smoothly; you are sure to love this texture, so you … Continued

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