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    <br>Tsubi Soup: Vegan, Instant, Delicious! Hello hello everyone, today I’m bringing some plant-based goodness to the blog. Whilst I was in Japan the guys over at Tsubi Soup sent me some of their instant soups to try, with the wedding madness I saved them until I was back in London and back at work, and my gosh they have been a life saver! So I wanted to tell you a little bit more about them today in case you’re on the hunt for some convenient, instant food that’s actually healthy to stockpile in your cupboards. Tsubi was founded by Tsubi Nishitani, a Japanese-born, Gold Coast raised powerhouse who’s worked across Australia, Hong Kong and is now based in Tokyo. She worked a demanding office job for 8 years, working crazy hours and requiring a ton of computer work, meaning that she didn’t have a lot of time to invest into cooking or fostering the healthiest eating habits. When days got busy Tsubi found herself relying on instant soups and noodles at her desk, and over the years she began to get sick.<br>
    <br>Eventually she became so ill that she realised she needed to make a change. After starting with food allergy tests and cutting out foods that were making her sick, Tsubi eventually converted to a fully vegan diet, removing anything processed or allergenic to totally detox her system, and she started to grow stronger and healthier every day (hooray!). After making the change, Tsubi also started to learn about factory farming practices, GMO produce and artificial food additives. She was shocked as she began to increasingly notice chemicals, refined sugars, flavour enhancers and trans-fats in her everyday foods, and even in foods that were marketed as healthy. She wasn’t feeling the greenwashing she was seeing around her, and struggled to find convenient food that was also healthy and tasted good. She, like so many other brilliant entrepreneurs in the ethical industry, realised she needed to take matters into her own hands, and create a product herself to fit this need. Tsubi soups was officially born!<br>
    <br>While raised in Australia, Tsubi is from a Japanese family and grew up drinking miso soup every day, so she started Tsubi soup with that which was close to home, miso blends made with vegan ingredients sourced exclusively in Japan. People often think that regular miso is vegan however it contains dashi, a Japanese broth made from broiling down bonito tuna, but the broth for Tsubi is fish free, instead made from simmering down wild seaweed and shiitake mushrooms to create umami and depth. There’s currently three blends in the range, though the plan is to expand into more in the future, let me tell you what flavours you can get your hands on… Blended miso soup with crunchy vegetables: The original vegan blend of miso loaded with cabbage, carrots, spinach and green onions. Ingredient list: miso, spinach, cabbage, green onions, carrot, potato starch, kelp powder, yeast extract, shiitake mushroom powder, sea salt, plant derived vitamin E/antioxidant. White miso soup with seaweed and tofu: their most popular vegan white miso soup with fragrant aosa seaweed, silky tofu squares and fried tofu pieces.<br>
    <br>Ingredient list: white miso , green onions, fried tofu, potato starch, freeze dried tofu, aosa sea lettuce, kelp powder, yeast extract, shiitake mushroom powder,sea salt, plant derived vitamin E/antioxidant. Spicy red miso soup with four mushrooms: a red miso soup loaded with four Japanese mushrooms: Shiitake, Enoki, Maitake & Nameko alongside a pinch of ichimi red pepper. Ingredient list: red miso, enoki mushrooms, nameko mushrooms, maitake mushrooms, green onions, potato starch, shiitake mushrooms, kelp powder, yeast extract, ichimi red chili pepper, shiitake mushroom powder, sea salt, plant derived vitamin E/antioxidant. It’s immediately obvious that these all sound super yummy, but let me tell you some fun facts about what makes Tsubi even more ethical. As well as being 100% plantbased recipes these soups are MSG, GMO and gluten free, so if you’re coeliac or intolerant there’s some instant food for you, and also high in fibre and low calorie (if you’re looking for that, I’m not a calorie counter myself).<br>
    <br>But also, and this is my favourite part, all ingredients are fully traceable. Tsubi ingredients all come from the southern and northern tips of Japan, and Tsubi promise food traceability under an internationally recognized ISO22000:005 license awarded to their factory. They know how and where each ingredient was grown, harvested, processed and packaged for full transparency on where their product has come from, making ingredients high quality, supportive of local business and cutting environmental impacts by using local suppliers, whilst the soups themselves are also made in South Japan. In case you loved this short article and you would love to receive much more information relating to Supplier of shiitake mushroom extract powder as Raw Material for cosmetics i implore you to visit our internet site. Finally, all Tsubi packaging is recyclable and BPA free, so it ticks the zero waste box too, but still can be on the go. ‘Japan has the world’s highest life expectancy rate thanks in large part to diet, and one of Japan’s greatest superfoods – miso – has played a major role in everyday Japanese cuisine for centuries. Even used in modern cuisine, it has made it’s mark as one of the world’s most important superfoods.<br>

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