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Anyone have any things they use miso in?
I have a tub and would likt to use it.
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I use it as a soup base, and sometimes in salad dressing to give it a creamy texture.


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yes, for flavor in just about anything you cook, even in marinades.......


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I use it on pizza instead of tomato sauce.
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I use it on pizza instead of tomato sauce.


Never thought of that!  Will have to try it.

I use Miso in soups, dressings and dips.  Gives things a really unique and delicious taste.




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nut butters and in this faux veggemite, with NY, also.
even in ghee for a spread.....


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Miso makes an excellent broth substitute in soups and stews. As stated in the posts above, it's great in dips, spreads, and dressings. And a hot cup of miso soup is a great way to start the day.

Lighter-color misos tend to have a more delicate flavor than the dark ones. I have used the 'white' misos for veggie spreads with great success.


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I believe there s rice misos and soy misos......are there any other?
and would someone have links to your favorite avoid free miso brands?


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thanks!


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