Sep 20, 2016

Cafe in Japan serves delicious looking 'salad cakes' made of vegetables

If you’re tired of your plain lettuce and tomato salad, a trip to Vegedeco Cafe will make you rethink the whole concept of salad altogether. Located in the city of Sakae in Nagoya, the cafe serves some amazing looking salad cakes called Vegedeco Salad that are made completely of nutritious whole vegetables — with little or zero sugar, gluten-free, and no fat or batter. The sponge part is made of natural ingredients such as soybean flour.

From Vegedeco Salad web site:
“Salads’ composition is based on a healthy and beauty care meal style, Japanese traditional ingredients such as Koji and tofu are used. Very colorful and bright to the eyes, Vegedeco Salads are completely made with natural ingredients, using the vegetables’ lovely color provided by mother Earth.”

The popular cakes are the original product of a food stylist Mitsuki Moriyasu who is a specialist in low-carb and gluten-free food style. She has also been teaching yoga and “breath and control” techniques for 25 years while running her own restaurant for the past 30 years.

The Vegedeco Cafe was opened in April 2015 in the French restaurant “La Porte Marseille” in Sakae, Nagoya and is currently the only place in Japan where you can buy these cakes.

Photos via VegedecoSalad.

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