2016/03/09

Kinako milk

I usually have a cup of coffee in the morning, but I sometimes have a cup of "Kinako milk" recently.

Kinako is roasted soybean flour.

I had previously bought Kinako to sprinkle with boiled mochi, but sicne it is about to expire, I wanted to use it.

I microwaved a cup of milk and put some Kinako into it and mixed and melted it.

I also put honey in it.

That's all!

It is very easy to make it.

I read an article on an website before and it said that Kinako milk is good for burning fat, relieving constipation, obtaining calcium, preventing hypertension, improving skin complexion.

It can prevent overeating if you have it before breakfast.

I think I will try to continue drinking it for a while.


 
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  1. Hello Kumi-san,

    Kinako milk sounds like a very healthy form of milk. I don't think I have ever had milk that is soy based, but then I don't tend to drink raw milk. Though I do like milk from a cow [乳牛] with honey. Though Often I prefer hot honey and lemon.

    Here are a list of some of the issues I found while reading the article:

    Note: I noticed throughout your article that you varied how you wrote Kinako, sometimes the first letter was capitalized and other times it was not (kinako).

    In general words that come at the start of a sentence (or after a fullstop . ) should be capitalized. If the Kinako name is trade marked then everywhere it is used it should be capitalized and treated in the same way as someone's name would be (first letters of names are always capitalized, for example John Smith, Sakura Haruno, Ino Yamanaka etc.). If Kinako is a generic term then it only needs to be capitalized if it starts a sentence and at all other times it should be lower case.

    If you are not sure if it is a trade marked product or a generic product then you can decide to always write it in lower case or upper case, but be consistent don't make it lower in some places and upper in others. If you choose to do this remember that at the beginning of a sentence it will be upper case.

    This line:
    I usually have a cup of coffee in the morning, but I recently have a cup of "Kinako milk".

    Should be:
    I usually have a cup of coffee in the morning, but I recently had a cup of "Kinako milk".

    This line:
    I bought Kinako to sprinkle with boiled mochi before, but sicne it is about to expire, I wanted to use it.

    Should be:
    I had previously bought Kinako to sprinkle with boiled mochi, but since it is about to expire, I wanted to use it.

    This line:
    I microwaved a cup of milk and put some kinako into it and mix and melted it.

    Should be:
    I microwaved a cup of milk and put some kinako into it and mixed and melted it.

    This line:
    I read an article of an website before and it said that Kinako milk is good for burning fat, relieving of constipation, obtaining a calcium, preventing of hypertension, recovering a beautiful skin.

    Should be:
    I read an article on a website before and it said that Kinako milk is good for burning fat, relieving constipation, obtaining calcium, preventing hypertension, improving skin complexion.

    This line:
    It can prevent overeating to have it before breakfast.

    Should be:
    It can prevent overeating if you (have/drink) it before breakfast.

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    1. Hello Terry!
      I always appriciate you.
      I changed all of Kinako capitalized.
      Thank you so much!

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