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Making Miso in Melbourne

Miso Benefits, A Fermented Superfood Condiment - Miso is a fermented salty bean paste made from cooked beans, salt and a culture starter called "koji" and is traditionally used to make the famed "miso soup." It is a nutritionally enhanced food high in enzymes and probiotic microflora that are very beneficial to the digestive tract. It is particularly known to be helpful for radiation toxicity. Learn more about the different types and which are best for highest health benefits

Miso is a fermented salty bean paste made from cooked beans, salt and a culture starter called "koji" and is traditionally used to make the famed "miso soup.

Sendai miso. This is very delicious miso!

I was making miso when I heard the news about Japan. I stopped to watch the footage on the same TV screen that, at any given moment, on numerous other channels, I could watch other horrific scenes played.

Miso / Miso soup - ...miso can help treat radiation sickness, citing cases in Japan and Ukraine where people have been fed miso after the Chernobyl nuclear disast...

miso can help treat radiation sickness, citing cases in Japan and Ukraine where people have been fed miso after the Chernobyl nuclear disast.

Miso Lentil Soup  http://www.autostraddle.com/get-baked-miso-lentil-soup-134756/

60 Winter Soups That Will Warm Your Heart, Soul, and Universe: Miso Lentil Soup

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[MISO-SOUP] Bean paste is a traditional Japanese fermented food. It is observed as health food also overseas.

Miso Soup... My review: it was pretty good . . . for some reason I thought this was the kind of soup they served at hibachi places, but I was quite wrong. I made this recipe a few times, but now that I found the copycat hibachi recipe, I make that soup instead.

Comfort Food: Miso Soup for Breakfast

Comfort Food: Miso Soup for Breakfast - As summer slips away and fall takes hold, my usual fruit and yogurt breakfasts don't quite hit the mark. I want something hot and salty and full of nutrition to jump start my day. I want miso soup.

Use this. Miso. it could help fight radiation?  After the atomic bomb in Nagasaki, Japan, Dr. Akizuki fed his patients a diet rich in sea vegetables and miso, limiting their consumption of sweets and sugar. The patients at Dr. Akizuki’s hospital were only one mile from the bombsite, but everyone survived. Many people outside the hospital perished due to radiation exposure. Try adding miso to your diet, whether it’s a nice bowl of soup with veggies, a glaze to a piece of fish.

Superfood Spotlight: Miso

Commercialized miso has been stripped of its true nutritional benefits through processing and pasteurization. True miso is fermented and is very much a live food product, packed with healthy flora.

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