Clearspring - Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch, 300g – PlantX UK

Clearspring - Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch, 300g

Clearspring - Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch, 300g

Brand - Clearspring
£5.79
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Deep, salty, and pretty much the definition of umami, Clearspring’s Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch is the real deal. Matured for 3 years, Hatcho reigns supreme.

Key information

  • Non-GMO
  • Organic miso paste made in Japan
  • Matured for 3 years in cedarwood kegs
  • 23g protein per 100g
  • Adds umami flavour to any food

Product overview

Clearspring’s Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch is the emperor of all miso pastes. Not just confined to the purposes of miso soup, stocks and broths, or even Japanese food in general, miso is the ultimate bringer of umami to any food. 

Get creative! Add it liberally to sauces, pies, stews, marinades, salad dressings, and even sweet baked goods if you’re feeling adventurous.

Made from organic soya beans, Clearspring’s Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch is filled with protein and other beneficial nutrients. As a fermented food, miso has probiotic properties which is thought to help with digestion, and also contains precious minerals like vitamin K and magnesium. 

If you’re after authentic, high-quality miso paste, you can’t get much better than 

Clearspring’s Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch. Made in Japan using traditional methods of maturing the miso in cedarwood kegs for up to 3 years, this miso cuts no corners. 

It’s organic, non-GMO, unpasteurised miso goodness, and it’s all yours for the taking!

Ingredients

Cultures whole soya beans* (65%), water, sea salt, roasted barley flour*
*Organically grown
Allergens: Soy, Barley

Frequently asked questions

Do I need to cook miso?

Miso doesn’t need to be cooked, so feel free to add it to salad dressings, dips, and cake icing if you fancy. We wouldn’t recommend eating it on its own though, as it’s pretty salty. Here’s a tip though: adding miso to boiling water or very hot foods kills its good bacteria. This is why it’s best to add miso to the end of the cooking process, to retain as many nutrients as possible.

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Clearspring - Organic Hatcho Miso Pouch, 300g
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