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Furikake bonite - 48 g


7,30 € tax incl.

Description : Furikake is a condiment widely used in Japanese cuisine. It is a mixture of seaweeds and sesame roasted in dashi before being reduced into powder. It was created during World War II to make Japanese sailors’ meals tastier. There is a lot of different furikake in Japan, this furikake is one of the top of the range of Futaba company’s furikake.The sesame and seasweed were roasted in dashi before being reduced in powder. 

Flavor : Really profund and umami with smoked notes. 

Use : Furikake is generally sprinkled on rice to add flavor and color. It can also be used on fish, salads, noodles, or tofu...

Ingredients : White sesame, Dried bonito, Sugar, Lactose, Wheat germ, Salt, Soy sauce, Egg yolk powder, Nori, Starch, Aonori seaweed, Fermented seasoning, Yeast extract, Dextrine, Hydrolysated proteins, Spices, Flavour enhancer (E621, E635, E640, E331, E327), Colouring agent (Carotenoid, Vitamin B2) , Sweetener (Liquorice), Antioxidant (Vitamin C) 

Preservation : Store in a cool dry place, away from light.

Origin : Japan

Shelf life : 12 months

Container : Sachet

Gohan no tomo, the ancestor of furikake, was invented at the beginning of the 20th century by the pharmacist Yoshimaru Suekichi who thought to solve the issue of lack of calcium due to a food shortage in Japan by grinding together fish bones and other ingredients and sprinkling the obtained powder on rice. In 1934, Futaba took over the commercialisation of this seasoning, renaming it furikake. You can find at Umami some of Futaba’s most iconic products.

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