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Another type of seaweed in Japan is wakame, which is typically reserved for soups and salads and has been grown in Japan since the Nara period (AD 710-794). The wakame gives this somen a briny, but slightly sweet taste to give your taste buds the best of both worlds.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Remove the outer plastic wrap, peel back the paper lid half way, and remove the soup and ingredients packets.

2. Add the soup and ingredients packet contents and fill the container with very hot/boiling water up to the guideline.

3. Reclose the lid, wait 3 minutes, stir well, and enjoy!

Originally featured in the July 2018 Umai Crate.

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Another type of seaweed in Japan is wakame, which is typically reserved for soups and salads and has been grown in Japan since the Nara period (AD 710-794). The wakame gives this somen a briny, but slightly sweet taste to give your taste buds the best of both worlds.

DIRECTIONS:
1. Remove the outer plastic wrap, peel back the paper lid half way, and remove the soup and ingredients packets.

2. Add the soup and ingredients packet contents and fill the container with very hot/boiling water up to the guideline.

3. Reclose the lid, wait 3 minutes, stir well, and enjoy!

Originally featured in the July 2018 Umai Crate.

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