The word miso means source of flavour. “”Mi” is flavour and “”So” is source. Miso is a paste made from fermented soya, cereal (depending on the type of miso) and sea salt. It is made by pressing the soya grains with the cereal and the sea salt, and left to ferment.
This is an edible seaweed which is highly prized in oriental cuisine and forms a plant-based supplement in many dishes.
“Nori” is the japanese word for several spices of red and green seaweed that grow in warm water in the Atlantic, Pacific and Mediterranean.
SOURCE OF FIBRE
Ingredients: Water, miso* (9%) (soya, brown rice, sea salt), onion, wakame seaweed, nori seaweed. (*) Organic ingredients.
May contain traces of molluscs, crustaceans and/or fish.
Experts in making vegetable drinks and organic products since 2002. Amandín is backed up by more than 10 years’ experience in manufacturing vegetable-based drinks and stocks, though in recent years we have expanded our product range with other lines such as nut creams and sauces, and we continue to innovate on a daily basis.
Our experience and constant efforts to ensure maximum quality in every one of our products, together with our keenness to innovate every day have enabled us to create a wide range of healthy products, aimed at making the family diet complete.
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