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Japanese sushi chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa came to America and forged a stunning new cuisine. In turn, that led to a celebrity following and a brilliant, globe-spanning career. But the beauty of Nobu’s food, a study in simplicity, is how accessible it is.

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Kale, ginger, garlic, and soybeans, in the form of miso and tofu, combine to lend flavor and nutrients to a delicate soup. This soup is brimming with soy, an excellent source of protein as well as antioxidants. Kale, a cruciferous vegetable, is high in vitamins A and C, folic acid, calcium, and iron.

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Nobu's sashimi salad features partially cooked yellowfin tuna, a boon to anyone who doesn't enjoy completely raw fish. Nobu suggests serving this salad on just one plate. It's meant for sharing.

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Oshitashi is a classic Japanese side dish made with various leafy greens. While spinach is the most typical example, in this version, red chard is lightly cooked, drained, and chopped, and then tossed with soy sauce and topped with bonito flakes.