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Kashiwa salted oak leaves
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Kashiwa salted oak leaves

Kashiwa salted oak leaves

Réference : NISSSG21

€5.85
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Salted Kashiwa Oak Leaves are very popular in Japan for making Kashiwa Mochi, a traditional mochi wrapped in an oak leaf, stuffed with a sweet red bean paste or a sweet paste of white beans and miso.

Important : inedible leaves

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This treat is widely consumed on Children's Day in Japan on May 5th every year.
This national holiday celebrates the growth and happiness desired for children. The tradition of Kashiwa Mochi dates back to the middle of the 18th century during the Edo period, specifically in eastern Japan.
The oak leaf symbolizes the prosperity desired by its descendants.
These oak leaves are inedible but impart a unique flavor and scent to mochi, woody notes and humus.

NISSSG21
Origin
Nagano, Japan
Dimensions
105/115 x 140/150 mm
Packaging
welded bag
Sachet
10 pieces
Ingredients
80% oak leaves (Quercus Dentata), water, salt
Storage
best refrigerated
Utilisation
Cooking
Pastry
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