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Miso (Japanese: 味噌) is a thick paste, similar to the Korean doenjang, made by fermenting soybeans with sea salt and kōji, itself the product of fermenting rice, barley or soybeans with a mold culture, kōji-kin (Aspergillus oryzae (麹, Aspergillus oryzae).[1] Often, grains such as barley or rice, and sometimes other ingredients, are added. Miso tastes salty and, depending on the grains used and fermentation time, may also be sweet.
 
Miso (Japanese: 味噌) is a thick paste, similar to the Korean doenjang, made by fermenting soybeans with sea salt and kōji, itself the product of fermenting rice, barley or soybeans with a mold culture, kōji-kin (Aspergillus oryzae (麹, Aspergillus oryzae).[1] Often, grains such as barley or rice, and sometimes other ingredients, are added. Miso tastes salty and, depending on the grains used and fermentation time, may also be sweet.
==[[:Category:Production of Miso|Production of Miso]]==
 
 
==[[:Category:Buying Miso|Buying Miso]]==
 
 
 
 
===[[:Category:Miso Variations|Miso Variations]]===
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Preparing Miso|Preparing Miso]]==
 
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Cooking Miso|Cooking Miso]]==
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Storing Miso|Storing Miso]]==
 
 
 
 
==[[:Category:Miso Nutrition|Miso Nutrition]]==
 
 
 
*[[:Category:Miso Nutrient Charts|Miso Nutrient Charts]]
 
 
 
 
===[[:Category:Miso Nutritional Research|Miso Nutritional Research]]===
 
 
 
   
 
==[[:Category:Miso Recipes|Miso Recipes]]==
 
==[[:Category:Miso Recipes|Miso Recipes]]==
 
   
 
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Name Variations

  • soybean paste
  • bean paste

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Miso (Japanese: 味噌) is a thick paste, similar to the Korean doenjang, made by fermenting soybeans with sea salt and kōji, itself the product of fermenting rice, barley or soybeans with a mold culture, kōji-kin (Aspergillus oryzae (麹, Aspergillus oryzae).[1] Often, grains such as barley or rice, and sometimes other ingredients, are added. Miso tastes salty and, depending on the grains used and fermentation time, may also be sweet.

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