Kabocha squash is a popular ingredient in Okinawan cooking and is often called the Japanese pumpkin. It’s rich in vitamins and is a good source of iron. It also contains fiber, which aids in moving toxins out of your system. Add it to a noodle bowl and you have yourself an Okinawan-inspired meal that is easily portable and can be mixed up with different variations of squash if you’re feeling adventurous.
Clean Food Dirty City shared this delectable squash bowl with us.