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Let's make miso!

Miso is an incredibly healthy paste made from soybeans, sea salt, and koji (a mold starter), and often mixed with rice, barley or other grains. And it's delicious. I will introduce shiro-miso (white miso with soy beans), which has a shorter fermentation so that you can start eating after one week. If you like miso, it is a good opportunity to learn how to make your own. Miso soup made with homemade miso is much creamier and tastier.
Each student will leave with a miso pot.
We will also make a miso soup and rice ball onigiri during the class for dinner.

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  • Idoya N.

    Once you try home made miso, it's difficult to be satisfied with the commercial one. And Reiko as always makes everything easy, simple and delicious. Looking forward the next one.

    October 28, 2013

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