Sake lees are rich in nutritional and functional ingredients. “Sakasuke” is made with unique lactic acid bacteria and ａ special manufacturing method. Therefore“Sakasuke” has superior nutritional and functional ingredients to sake lees.
The charm and usage of Sakasuke (12:26)
Cooking video "Sakasuke Potato Salad" (5:56)
You can also check the background, features, and attractiveness of Sakasuke development from the link below.
Development of new high-performance lactic acid fermented lees food-Sakasuke from "Mottainai"
Source: "Journal of the Society of Biotechnology, Vol. 2022, No. 100, p. 3-142, 143"
(Please read from the linked "Download PDF")
Know Sake Lees Fermented with Lactic Acid Bacteria "Sakasuke" # 1
Source: Food project "Ristorante 6" MAGAZINE
(There are articles from Sakasuke coverage # 1 to # 5)
We use 3 kinds of original lactic acid bacteria.
SK-4 is Lactobacillus plantarum isolated from sake lees. It reaches the intestines alive and suppresses allergic rhinitis in mice together with SV-8, and has an effect of suppressing obesity in rats.
SV-8 is Lactobacillus brevis isolated from fermented milk. This strain has the ability to produce γ -Aminobutyric acid (ＧＡＢＡ). GABA is known to have an inhibitory effect on blood pressure increase and ａ relaxing effect.
SH-10 is Leuconostoc mesendeloides isolated from domestic pickles. This strain produces a polysaccharide (dextran) that is known to have antitumor activity.
“Sakasuke” is made of sake lees, which are a byproduct generated in the production of high- quality Niigata sake and are rich in nutritional and functional ingredients. It is made with unique lactic acid bacteria and ａ special manufacturing method. It is ａ double fermented food. Therefore,”Sakasuke” has superior nutritional and functional ingredients to sake lees.
"Sakasuke" was developed by the Niigata Prefectual Sake Research Institute, which has obtained a patent (Patent No. 5523004), it is manufactured by a sake brewery in Niigata prefecture.
It has the taste of yogurt and sour cream.
You can eat it as it is, It is also recommended to mix it with dishes and sweets, toppings, and prepare ingredients such as meat and fish.Since it has no salt content, it can be widely used for seasoning and cooking as you like. (Please see the video for many ways to use it.)
"Sakasuke" contains almost no alcohol.It can be enjoyed by children and those who are not good at alcohol.
It has been demonstrated that it suppresses the symptoms of allergic rhinitis in mice (Hiroshima University) and improves lipid metabolism in rats (Niigata University).The effect on humans has not been verified.
"Sakasuke" suppresses the sneezing symptoms of mice.
"Sakasuke" reduces the total amount of cholesterol and triglyceride in the liver of mature rats.
SV-8 strain produce GABA.
Sake Lees Fermented with Lactic Acid Bacteria Prevents Allergic Rhinitis-Like Symptoms and IgE-Mediated Basophil
Degranulation; Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 75 (1), 140-144, 2011
It can be purchased online.Please check each brewery website from the link below.
* Please contact the Niigata Sake Brewers Association for commercial Sakasuke.
Lives in Niigata City and is from Osaka.After studying French home cooking in Paris and working as a culinary researcher in Tokyo, she moved to Niigata when she got married.We propose simple and delicious home-cooked meals in cooking classes, magazines, TV, and radio.After moving to Niigata, she became fascinated by local sake and continued to devise dishes that spread the taste with sake. Master KiKishu, Honorary Ambassador of Niigata Sake.
Her major books include "Fermented Beauty Sake Sake Recipe", "Yuka Nakajima's Niigata Energy Saving Snacks" (both Neil), "Sake De Rice" (Tsunebunsha), "Once Made, You Can Make It Without Seeing" (Chikyumaru), "Raw" There are "Caramel and Caramel Snacks" and "Frozen Udon and Gokuuma Recipe" (both by Ie no Hikari Association).
Introducing a video of the "Sakasuke Recipe" devised by cooking researcher Yuka Nakashima.
Please refer to this recipe and try to incorporate Sakasuke into your daily diet.
* In the YouTube video, you can check "Material" and "Procedure" in the comment section.
1, boiled egg gratin
2, Sakasuke cooked rice
3, sashimi ethnic Sakasuke cocktail
4, banana cream cream
5, Sakasuke sauce pickled chicken
6, Sakasuke cheese cream dip
7, bacon and cabbage soup
8, Ichigo Sakasuke Shake
9, pickled cucumber
10, Sakasuke meat sauce penne
11, grilled salmon in miso foil
12, Sakasuke's Semifreddo