KOBA family wellness center | Berkeley, CA | DTC Jul 14, 2018 @ 17:51
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DTC Jul 14, 2018 @ 17:51

DTC Jul 14, 2018 @ 17:51

I consider myself a pretty adventurous eater, especially when it comes to seafood- sea urchin, raw oysters, raw clams, natto, sea cucumber, sea snails, crab brains. Mmmmmm mmm!  You name it, most likely I’ve eaten it. 🦀🦐🦑
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Until Chef Jin introduced me to hoya AKA sea squirt AKA sea pineapple. Such an odd looking and curious creature indeed! And I have to be honest- the first time I had it I kinda didn't like it. But once my mind was able to make sense of the new, unfamiliar flavors, my belly craved more. 😛
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And so the next time around I gave another go at it. And something interesting happened. It was like my belly shook hands with my brain 🤝 and came to some sort of agreement. And then BAM! The alchemical shift happened.
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Served with a sprig of watercress , a pinch of lemon 🍋 and a cold glass of pure sake , this fresh sessile marine invertebrate is now one of my all-time favorites! 
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If you’re ever in Berkeley and want to expand your palate with the best sushi EVER, PM me. We’ll head over to @kamadosushi grab a seat at the bar, and whisper the words “omakase”. Chef Jin will do the rest!
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#advancedsushi #foodismedicine #seafoodmonster #foodieheaven #ilovesushi #hoya #oysters #uni #amaeebi #umimasu #feedyourmicrobiome #BDNF #nrf2 #mitochondria #nutrition #functionalmedicine #brainsave! #drtituschiu
I consider myself a pretty adventurous eater, especially when it comes to seafood- sea urchin, raw oysters, raw clams, natto, sea cucumber, sea snails, crab brains. Mmmmmm mmm! You name it, most likely I’ve eaten it. 🦀🦐🦑

Until Chef Jin introduced me to hoya AKA sea squirt AKA sea pineapple. Such an odd looking and curious creature indeed! And I have to be honest- the first time I had it I kinda didn’t like it. But once my mind was able to make sense of the new, unfamiliar flavors, my belly craved more. 😛

And so the next time around I gave another go at it. And something interesting happened. It was like my belly shook hands with my brain 🤝 and came to some sort of agreement. And then BAM! The alchemical shift happened.

Served with a sprig of watercress , a pinch of lemon 🍋 and a cold glass of pure sake , this fresh sessile marine invertebrate is now one of my all-time favorites!

If you’re ever in Berkeley and want to expand your palate with the best sushi EVER, PM me. We’ll head over to @kamadosushi grab a seat at the bar, and whisper the words “omakase”. Chef Jin will do the rest!



#brainsave!

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