Tsuyu, the rainy season in Japan, is translated as plum rain, because June is the time the plums ripen. The Japanese makes many kinds of plum preserves in this rainy season. I am introducing some plum preserves using koji.
We will be back in Stroud Green. Koji natto, Pink shiokoji, Spicy soy dressing, Miso sesame dressing, Wild garlic pesto
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Premium koji starters from Hishiroku restocked – 40 bags for rice and 20 bags for protein substrates