In the Miso Soup by Ryu Murakami
In the Miso Soup Ryu Murakami ebook
Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
I had it in some miso soup at a restaurant and decided to buy some and try to make miso soup myself. I cannot believe I have just recently eaten sea lettuce in Japanese aosa,for the first time. I have often wondered about making miso soup at home - it seemed like such a mysterious thing, with it's swirling, curling, cloudy broth. The immune system is crucial in protecting the body against illness and keeping it healthy, and miso soup contains nutrients that support the immune system from the tofu, miso and seaweed in the soup. Miso paste is mixed into dashi, along with other ingredients such as tofu, seaweed (usually wakame) or mushrooms. Miso soup is an integral part of most Japanese meal. This will make a nutritious and delicious stock for your soup and you can freeze the remaining for other soups or dishes. Title: Miso Soup Pairing: Sehun/Luhan Genre: Fluff Rating: PG Word Count: 600+ words. I think the cloudy broth and seaweed made me nervous. Summary: Sehun thinks sometimes being busy isn't something you should really hate. The first time I was offered miso soup, years ago, I passed. If asked what the most typical Japanese food is, I would probably say miso soup.