Rice vinegar with Yuzu 150ml

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Prepare yourself for an original journey in taste! Deliciously slightly acid, this rice vinegar for sushis has been livened up with yuzu zest and peel, a small, well-known citrus fruit in Japan with notes of green mandarin, lemon and green grapefruit.

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Rice vinegar for sushis will perfume your rice, of course, but also salads and grated raw vegetables to which it gives an irresistible touch of sweet freshness. Without additives or preservatives of any sort, it will accompany spring rolls, nems, steamed ravioli, gyoza, seaweed salad, mushrooms, shellfish, grilled fish...

  • Ingredients : rice vinegar 50%), sugar, yuzu peel (10.1%), salt, sake lees, alcohol and salt
  • Packaging : 150ml net bottle
  • Storage : Refrigerate after opening
  • Origin : Wakayama, Japan
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 148 kcal (630 kJ) ; fat traces, of which saturates traces ; carbohydrate 37 g, of which sugars 34 g ; protein traces ; salt 6,7 g.
Mr.Toyokichi SAIKA, its founder, has always thought that to make a good vinegar you must produce and select all the ingredients, including the " kasu sake" or sake lees.


As a result, since 1934, Kokonoe Saika has produced its own sake and therefore the basic ingredient of its kasu sake vinegars.

Favouring the philosophy and spirit of one of their prestigious ancestors, the chief of the Saika clan MAGOICHI, during the warring years (wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Magoichi ), the motto of Kononoe Saika remains "prevention and health through balanced daily meals".
Without preservative, colour or any chemical additive, SAIKA products are made from 100 % sake brewed vinegar.

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Rice vinegar with Yuzu 150ml

Rice vinegar with Yuzu 150ml

Appetizer

Prepare yourself for an original journey in taste! Deliciously slightly acid, this rice vinegar for sushis has been livened up with yuzu zest and peel, a small, well-known citrus fruit in Japan with notes of green mandarin, lemon and green grapefruit.

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