Saladstop’s new grain bowl features Japanese-inspired flavors
The Kokoro warm bowl is an Asian spin to the healthy meal
Aug 6, 2019
In our fast-paced economy, it’s become difficult for people to really think of their meals. For most, fast-food chains work the best since not only does it taste “good”; it’s convenient. But most of us really don’t know what they put in those meals.
According to the Department of Health, the leading cause of death in the Philippines are heart diseases, which is mostly because of the lifestyle that we have.
SaladStop introduces this season’s limited edition salad infused with a Japanese flavor to cater to the Asian palate. Topped with a furikake seasoning and sesame lime dressing, the Kokoro warm bowl consists of grains such as quinoa and brown rice paired with baked salmon and vegetables such as carrots, romaine lettuce, and cabbage.
The grain bowl is available for a limited time in all SaladStop locations except in Ayala Tower 1, starting Aug. 5.
The hearty bowl will not only cater to your Japanese cravings but also give the nutritional value you deserve.
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