Eden Foods, Organic, Genmai Miso, 12.1 oz (345 g)
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- Resealable Package
- OCIA Certified Organic
- Aged & Fermented
- Soy & Brown Rice
- Eden Foods Organic Quality
- Kosher Pareve
- Creation and Maintenance of Purity in Food
Eden Brown Rice Miso is a traditional koji fermented miso employing only ancient methods in its creation. Sweet mellow, and salty, it’s made of U.S.A. family farm organic soybeans and brown rice aged up to 12 months.
Its golden color, and blend of robust and subtle flavors, makes it ideal year-round for soups, stews, salad dressing, dips sauces, marinades, and noodle dishes.
Refrigerate after opening.
2-3" pieces EDEN Wakame leaf or 1 tsp. EDEN Wakame Flakes
4 cups water
1 small onion, thinly sliced
1 carrot, diced
1 1/2 - 2 Tbsp. EDEN Organic Genmai Miso, dissolved in 2 Tbsp. water or soup broth
2 green onions, finely sliced
Optional ingredients: tofu, dried tofu, shiitake, greens, daikon, lotus, turnip, leeks, noodles, etc.
Rinse wakame, soak in cold water to cover 5 minutes and dice, or add flakes directly, no soaking required. Bring water to a boil. Add onions and wakame. Simmer 3 minutes. Add carrots and simmer 5 minutes. Reduce flame to very low. Add miso and simmer 2 minutes. Do not boil. Garnish with green onions.
Organic whole soybeans, organic brown rice, sea salt, water, koji aspergillus oryzae
|Serving Size: 1 Tablespoon (17 g)|
|Servings Per Container:20|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||5|
|Total Fat||.5 g||1%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||3 g||1%|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g||12%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Definitely worth buying!
Definitely worth buying!
Miso soup is a very nutritional food and suitable for everyone. As the ingredients used in the miso gets fermented, the ingredients gets broken and becomes easily digestible. Miso is also high in antioxidant, found to reduce cancer rate, boost immune system, balances pH value in body and boost energy level. I am a fan of miso soup! I tried all 4 miso soups from Eden Soup. All are organic and good quality. This version of miso tastes closest to most Japanese restaurants (might differ from yours to mine). It mixes well too. You can easily adjust the taste by adding more or less accordingly! The price is very cheap and one packet will go a long way! Check out my page for more reviews!
Strong alcohol taste
Strong alcohol taste
This is expensive and in my opinion not worth it. Overly fermented and tastes and smells like alcohol, evn when prepared. I prefer miso master mellow low salt miso and this is just to strong. I have had this tye of miso by other brands and it has tasted fine. Would nto suggest this unless you are a red miso enthusiast.
Posted by 5318932434422259720 on Sep 22, 2016
Delicious miso, I like to make miso soup or use it as seasoning
Didn't realise it is imported from Japan
Posted by Reviewer1736997 on Apr 23, 2016
Product is fine, but it is imported by Eden Foods from Japan. Because of radiation continue to flow from Fukushima, better if Eden finds another supplier, or make its own. Still, this Miso is superb.
Great product - does not heat well
Posted by 5523184361314307279 on Apr 17, 2016
Love the taste and texture. However, the package says it can compliment stir-fry's as a substitute for soy sauce. I have tried using this in a pan with other food on the stove and it does NOT absorb/melt well - like soy sauce. As an alternative - it's flavor is superior to soy - but lacks in the ability to absorb and infuse.
Posted by archeiherb on Dec 13, 2015
I think miso is kind of superfood. But this product is quite different from japanese miso. It's more like soysauce soup. I will try other type of Eden's miso.
Posted by 5335804867162299475 on Apr 15, 2015
I'm always happy to come across a good quality Miso that is sold as being gluten free. I'm not coeliac, just a bit sensitive, I get a bloated sore stomach when I eat gluten containing foods. I haven't noticed any reaction to this at all so I am very happy. It is a different flavour to the brown rice miso I used to buy which I am not loving at the moment, but then it took me a while to get a taste for the last one so hopefully I will get used to this one.