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Miso

just wondering if there any fans here ?

I bought some the other day to make soup and its blood delicious and supposed to be really good for you

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Miso horny?

Love you long time lol

I get Miso paste online mate, better than the powdered shite you can buy in Tescos etc. Get wakame seaweed online too,lasts forever and goes well with the soup :yep:

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I get Miso paste online mate, better than the powdered shite you can buy in Tescos etc. Get wakame seaweed online too,lasts forever and goes well with the soup :yep:

yeah i bought two pots of unpasteurised paste and some seaweed online

one pot is dark the other is light

just had a soup made with the dark one, some wakame and some fresh chopped spring onion :)

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We use it all the time and have done for years.

It has probiotics i believe. Great instead of stock and it makes a lovely soup too.

Sometimes, late in the evening, i eat little bits of it straight out of the packet when i want that umami taste.

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Never tried or used Miso in cooking, however I have had Miso Soup on several occasions because I don't like the majority of Japanese food. Its all right IMO. Would use it I think if the situation / recipe called for it.

GV.

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I like drinking it but haven't really thought about making any for a long time. Will have to give the paste a try. :)

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Miso makes a fantastic base (add garlic, soy, chillies, paprika, sugar - I'm sure I've missed something) for the red pepper sauce used in Korean babimbap! Or, a spoonful of the paste in a cup of boiling water is great!!

You can get the paste in most Chinese supermarkets...

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Never tried or used Miso in cooking,

GV.

Oh, its great for making a rub/marinade for meat too :v:

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Mix with a bit of mirin and brush over over roasted veg - or roast an aubergine and cut in half then cross hatch and spread on and grill for a few mins.

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