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==About Miso==
 
==About Miso==
 
 
Wikipedia Article [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miso About Miso on Wikipedia]
 
Wikipedia Article [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miso About Miso on Wikipedia]
   
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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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). 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:Miso Recipes|Miso Recipes]]==
 
==[[:Category:Miso Recipes|Miso Recipes]]==
   
'''Add a Miso Recipe to Cookbookwiki:'''
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== See also ==
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* [[sweet bean paste]]
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* [[red bean paste]]
 
*[[:Category:Miso Recipes|Miso Recipes]]
 
 
====Miso Related Recipes====
 
 
* [[:Category:Miso|Category Miso]]
 
   
 
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Name Variations

  • soybean paste
  • bean paste

About Miso

Wikipedia Article About Miso on Wikipedia

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). 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 Recipes

See also

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