Fine flour of traditional grain (Barnyard millet if available. Quinoa flour, brown rice flour or other traditional grain flour can be substituted.) 55g (1.9oz) / Onion 200g (7oz) / Mushroom (Shimeji mushrooms if available.) 50g (1.8oz)+ 50g (1.8oz) / Cabbage 100g (3.5 oz) / Turnip 100g (3.5 oz) / Water 300cc+300cc (10.1oz+10.1oz) (1.3cup(US)+1.3(cup(US)) / Natural salt 1/2tsp + 1+1/2tsp / Blended oil (Rapeseed oil : Sesame oil = 7:3) 1+2/3tbs + 1tsp
1. Cut onions into one bite.
2. Prepare other vegetables: Tear cabbage into bite sized pieces. Slice turnips into 10 wedges. Gently break apart 50 g shimeji mushrooms (or slice mushrooms into bite sized pieces).
3. Heat 1+2/3 tbs of oil in a pan. Put onions into the pan, stir quickly until the oil coats the vegetables. Add grain flour and sauté for two minutes over low heat making sure it does not burn.
4. Turn off the heat, add 300cc water and dissolve the flour into the water
very well. Heat again, and add 1/2tsp of salt when it is thickened.
5. Heat 300cc water in a different pan. Add the prepared vegetables in the pan, put the lid on top and cook over medium high heat for 3 minutes.
6. Gently break apart the other 50 g shimeji mushrooms (or slice mushrooms into bite sized pieces) and sauté them with 1 tsp oil.
7. Add #5 and #6 into #4 pan and turn on the heat. Season with 1+1/2tsp salt.
“Tubu-Tubu” is a nickname for traditional grains. Traditional grains are delicious and full of the power of mother earth. Traditional grains have all the nutrition that our bodies want in a condensed miraculous balance. Tubu-Tubu also represents a new style of vegetarian cuisine based on Yumiko’s unique theories and recipes, which utilize traditional grains and seasonal vegetables. These grains offer a unique taste and a delightfully chewy texture.
Do you hear your inner voice, “I want to change! I want to break out of my shell and I want to live my own life?” Tubu-Tubu also suggests a way of living that can help your dream come true. By welcoming Tubu-Tubu with it’s wild natural vitality into your table, you are embracing the wild vitality in yourself. This vitality, which everyone is born with can be revived. Your natural rhythm and instinct to live more fully will awaken.
Make Tubu-Tubu your lifestyle practice and you will be able to handle the accelerating change of values in our society with greater ease. You can become a new person full of confidence, enjoying life, independent and relaxed.
1. A nickname for traditional grains.
2. A new style of traditional grain based vegetarian cuisine.
3. A suggestion for a way of living that helps you be consistent with the mechanisms and laws of the natural world.
4. A nickname for our company promoting Tubu-Tubu Future Food, Fu Fu Future Living Laboratory, Inc.
Tubu-Tubu offers Tubu-Tubu Future Food Seminars and support activities to introduce you to “recipes for living” helping you become “the New You.”