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CHINRIU Umeboshi Plum Vinegar with Red Shiso, 300ml
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- Japanese ume plum vinegar.
- Nice with salads, Also ideal to make Japanese style pickles.
- Ume, Salt, Red Shiso (Gluten-free, Vegan)
- 24% Salt
- Made in Japan by: CHINRIU est. 1871
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Red Ume-Vinegar is made from the liquid in the bottom of the barrel in which umeboshi are preserved for up to 5 years. This liquid is then enriched with Japanese shiso-herbs which gives it the red color. It is a perfect ingredient for salad dressing that are to be a little bit sour. It also is an important ingredient for making Japanese pickles such as pickled sakura.
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My Japanese spouse was shocked it was not vinegar.
It is very salty with a strong ume flavor. The saltiness is slightly less than soy sauce. It is great to use as a way to salt sauces and dressings and adds a nice sour, plum flavor. I love it in salad dressings, especially sweeter ones.
If you like making your own dressings it can become your secret ingredient!
It adds a lovely red color to dishes as well.
It is made from natural ingredients and is the real thing. It is the leftover juice from making umeboshi.
Some people swear by it as a stomach aid like bitters. It is interesting added to soda but very salty.
an ume and shiso tray! Not quite sure what to do with it, but the taste is exactly that. Super strong and salty. I need to research recipes so I can enjoy this! Can't wait! :-)