Health & Nutrition Month Spotlight On: Uramaki
Uramaki is an online Sushi Shop based in Nottinghamshire. It is run by award winning Chefs Paul Thacker and Jaturavit Saysenya who bring sophisticated sushi cases to your home.
During lock down, we saw a gap in the market for people to enjoy a Healthier takeaway alternative to other takeaway options on the market. Jaturavit and Paul already working together for 17 years, worked alongside Paul’s wife Rachel to create Uramaki.
Their luxurious temping cases are available in a 36-piece A4 or 24-piece A5 sizes. There is something for all tastes and options include raw, cooked, plant based and mixed. Example of individual pieces include Butternut squash Uramaki with cucumber, Jalapeño and sesame, Blow torched Cornish mackerel nigiri, TomYum Prawn Uramaki and Salmon Temari with caviar and lime.
Health Benefits of Sushi
Sushi is often regarded as a health food because it boasts several nutrient-rich ingredients.
Fish is a good source of protein, iodine, and multiple vitamins and minerals.
Wasabi is rich in beta carotene, glucosinolates, and isothiocyanates. Research shows that these compounds may have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties.
Nori is a type of seaweed used to roll sushi. It contains many nutrients, including calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, iodine, thiamine, and vitamins A, C, and E.
Pickled ginger Sweet, pickled ginger, also known as gari, is often used to cleanse your palate between different pieces of sushi. Ginger is a good source of potassium, magnesium, copper, and manganese.
Studies further show that ginger may improve memory and help reduce nausea, muscle pain, arthritic pain, menstrual pain, and even bad cholesterol levels.
Visit: www.Uramaki.co.uk for more information.