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    In the Miso Soup. Ryu Murakami

    In the Miso Soup

    ISBN: 9780143035695 | 224 pages | 6 Mb

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    In the Miso Soup Ryu Murakami
    Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated

    Miso is readily available and one of those ingredients I try to always have on hand. If you follow my recipes you will be sure to use it more than once. Not only is it delicious, it's also extremely good for you. I still need to gather up courage to make sushi! The eggplant and Chinese broccoli can be replaced by other vegetables that you prefer. I wasn't in the mood for a complicated recipe or a big ingredient list the night that I made this for myself. I've been eating a lot of rich foods lately, so I'm taking a (very short) detox break, starting with dinner tonight. The miso costs a bit more at around $8-9 a tub but will last up to a year + in the fridge. Miso Soup is crazy easy to make if you have the right ingredients on hand, and is very light and nutritious. The other day when I was cleaning out my fridge I came across a tub of miso and that reminded me that it had been far too long since I last made miso soup! I've made Gyudon, Okonomiyaki, Chicken Teriyaki and Miso Soup with her blog as my guide. I cannot believe I have just recently eaten sea lettuce in Japanese aosa,for the first time. I've promised my mom that we'll make sushi this year and I'm running out of time! Miso soup is almost as common at Japanese meals as rice. Koji is usually an inoculated rice or barley. The miso compliments this soup beautifully making it a classic favorite. Miso is a paste made by fermenting rice, barley, soybeans, or buckwheat using salt and the Koji fungus (also used to prepare sake, sweet fermented rice, and other living foods). I had it in some miso soup at a restaurant and decided to buy some and try to make miso soup myself. Enjoying Traditional Japanese Fermentation. The oyster mushrooms can be substituted with just about any kind of mushroom.

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