Cookpad Cookpad and Kagome’s “Let’s Eat Vegetables Campaign” joint project The Cookpad Award and Kagome Award are decided from among the vegetable recipes devised by sixth graders at Ritsumeikan Elementary School!

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Cookpad and Kagome’s Joint Project “Let’s Eat Vegetables Campaign” The Cookpad Award and Kagome Award are decided from among the vegetable recipes devised by the 6th graders of Ritsumeikan Elementary School! -All 24 recipes, including award-winning recipes, are available in the Cookpad kitchen-

Cookpad Co., Ltd. and Kagome Co., Ltd. will hold food education classes in 2022 for 117 6th grade students at Ritsumeikan Elementary School under the theme of “Save Japan from vegetable shortages! Let’s develop vegetable recipes that are fun to make and delicious to eat!” Held in June, we asked the children who attended to come up with recipes using vegetables. We would like to announce that we have selected each award from among the 24 vegetable recipes devised by the children, announced the award-winning recipes, and held an award ceremony.
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The 4 recipes centered on the award-winning recipes will be provided to all children at Ritsumeikan Elementary School from December 2022 to March 2023.
In addition, all 24 recipes devised are published in the official kitchen “Ritsumeikan Elementary School ☆ 6th grade kitchen” in Cookpad.
Ritsumeikan Elementary School☆6th Grade Kitchen:
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■ Overview of food education classes
Theme: Let’s take vegetables, 60g left! Let’s send fun and delicious vegetable recipes!
Date: June 2, 2022
Venue: Ritsumeikan Elementary School (Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture) Participants: Ritsumeikan Elementary School 6th graders (4 classes, total 117 students)
Lecturers: Akari Sasaki, Marketing Solutions Department, Cookpad Inc. Satoko Kaminohori, Registered Dietitian, Kagome Co., Ltd.
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■ Award-winning recipe
[Cookpad Award “The Usual Minestrone”]
Reason for selection: Number of views and number of user actions (Tsukurepo*, number of My Folders, etc.)
Comments: The title gave the impression of a recipe with a strong sense of security by including the keyword “usual”. The fact that the soup makes the vegetables easier to eat is well thought out, so I think it’s a recipe that users can easily try.
Winner’s comment: “The group members brought in recipes that they used to eat at home and improved them. I was praised for making it easier for people who don’t like tomatoes to eat by taking care not to make the flavor too strong.” It’s a dish that I eat “always”, so I hope that people will feel free to make it for me.”
*Tsukurepo is an abbreviation of “I made a photo report”, and introduces recommended points of dishes made based on recipes posted on Cookpad to others with photos, comments and tags. It’s a function. [Image 4

[Kagome Award “Easy and exquisite! Tomato soup gyoza!!”]
Reason for selection: Ingenuity to enjoy and enjoy vegetables Comment: A lot of vegetables are used in both the soup and gyoza, and the combination of Italian tomato soup and Chinese-style gyoza is surprising and unexpected.
Winner’s comment: “Originally, I had the idea of ​​combining ‘soup’ and ‘gyoza’, and we all thought about how to combine it, and made many prototypes, so I’m happy to receive the award. The recipe for this time is Italian, but you can make it Japanese or Chinese by adjusting the dashi stock.”
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[Special prize “A little luxurious day! Pumpkin gratin”]
Reason for selection: You can get plenty of delicious vegetables Comment: This recipe uses a whole pumpkin, which has an impact on the appearance, and a lot of vegetables are used in the gratin.
Winner’s comment: “I thought it would be interesting, so I cut out vegetables to put inside, and put marshmallows in it.
I was happy that I was praised in the review for my ingenuity. Softening the pumpkin and carving it out without holes was a bit of a challenge, but it was a lot of fun.”
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■ About the “Let’s Eat Vegetables Campaign”
The “Let’s Eat Vegetables Campaign” is a campaign that Kagome Co., Ltd. has been conducting since January 2020 with the aim of promoting vegetable intake in Japan. “Healthy Japan 21” promoted by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare recommends the intake of 350g or more of vegetables per day, but the “National Health and Nutrition Survey” (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) from 2010 to the first year of Reiwa recommends an average of about 60g. I’m running out. Under the slogan “Let’s take vegetables, 60g more”, we propose a positive and fun way to consume vegetables that is not bound by conventional intake methods.
Cookpad Co., Ltd. supports this campaign and is planning it jointly. URL: ■ Inquiries about media publication and coverage
Please use the inquiry form below to send us your details (project theme, question items, desired interview date, etc.). A PR
representative will contact you directly.
Public Relations Inquiry Form: ■ Reference information
[About Cookpad]
Cookpad Co., Ltd. is a cooking and technology company whose mission is to make everyday cooking fun. “Cookpad”, a cooking recipe posting and search service that is used by about 55 million people monthly in Japan and is available in 32 languages ​​in 74 countries and regions around the world, including Japan. We operate food education picture books for young children, such as “Oryoriehon by cookpad,” which builds mind and body. Through our cuisine, we aim to create a prosperous future for people, society, and the earth.
Company name: Cookpad Inc.
Head office location: 〒220-0012 3-7-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture WeWork Ocean Gate Minatomirai 7F/9F
Representative: Rinpei Iwata, Representative Executive Officer Capital: 5,286,015,000 yen (end of June 2022)
Date of establishment: October 1, 1997
Number of employees: 437 (as of the end of June 2022, consolidated basis) Main Business : A business that enjoys cooking every day

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