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Soy sauce dashi shoyu

Soy sauce dashi shoyu

Réference : NISAR9-10-D

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Soy sauce dashi shoyu

Dashi shoyu soy sauce is a combination of fermented seasonings creating a synergy of flavors. It is enriched with a natural broth made from fish extract (dried bonito Katsuobushi) and mirin.

Its salt content is reduced compared to ordinary soy sauce.


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This dashi shoyu is made from Gunma soy sauce naturally brewed in a stone warehouse dating back to the Meiji period, mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine for cooking) made by Kankyo Shuzo, a brewer in Hekinan City, Aichi Prefecture, and dried bonito flakes.

The result is a simple yet profound flavor.

Our perfect pairings : Dashi Shoyu Soy Sauce is an essential seasoning for sashimi, tuna in a bowl of pickled tuna, fried or grilled rice, stir-fried vegetables, and raw eggs eaten over a bowl of white rice.

Gunma, Japan
70 ml net
720 ml net
glass flask
soy sauce (soy, wheat), dried bonito broth, mirin, sugar cane alcohol.
away from direct sunlight and heat, refrigerate once opened
Nutritional values
Per 100 g : energy 62 kcal (264 kJ) ; fat < 0,3g, of which saturates < 0,01g ; carbohydrate 8,9g, of which sugars 3,2g ; protein 6,6g ; salt 9,047g.
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Aritaya was founded in 1832 in Joshu Annaka, Gunma Prefecture. Since then, for more than 180 years, this family has continued to make soy sauce using a traditional process of natural fermentation. The taste is transmitted and will be transmitted from generation to generation.

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