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Furikake nori rice seasoning “Nihon Kaisui”, 50g

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Furikake nori “Nihon Kaisui” rice seasoning, 50g

Reference 7-EPI-2505-629 Brand Umami Paris
€5.40

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Capacity 50 g
Product origin made in Japan
Energy 526 Kj / 2202.26 Kcal
Fat 39.4 g
Carbohydrates 25.8 g
wich Sugars 12 g
Protein 24 g
Salt 4.8 g

Furikake is a very popular condiment in Japan that was invented at the beginning of the 20th century. Composed of nutritious ingredients, it was designed to supplement the nutrient intake of meals. Today, there are many flavors of furikake including nori furikake from the company Nihon Kaisui.

Flavor: Sweet and iodized flavor of nori seaweed, slightly salty with a very umami taste.

This furikake is sprinkled as a finishing touch on all kinds of dishes such as rice but also pasta, meat, fish or even tofu. It can also be used to coat onigiri.

Ingredients : White sesame (55.76%), black sesame (17.88%), nori (11.07%), sugar (4.29%), aonori seaweed (3%), salt (2.86%), flavor enhancer (E621) (2.14%), fermented seasoning (1.79% ), soy sauce (1.19%)

Allergens: Wheat, soy, sesame

Storage : Store in a cool, dry place away from light and 'humidity. After opening, close tightly.

The Nihon Kaisui company was founded in 1995 near Tokyo and centers its activities around an essential element: water and more particularly sea water, which surrounds Japan. Nihon Kaisui strives to create a link between people and the sea through the extensive research it conducts on seawater and sea salt with the aim of improving the meals and health of the Japanese. A leader in its field, the company produces salt which will be used by large Japanese food companies for the manufacture of soy sauce or miso, salt intended for the tables of Japanese homes but also for the pharmaceutical industry. Nihon Kasui has also developed various products from the sea such as drinking sea water and furikakes, which Umami Paris introduces you to.

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