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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.
Try it with: Narutomaki (fish cake), spring onions, bonito fish flakes

DIRECTIONS:

1. Peel lid back halfway and remove packets. Empty vegetable pack into bowl.

2. Fill hot/boiling water to inner line, cover, and wait 3 minutes.

3. Peel back lid, pour in soup base, mix, and enjoy!

•ÈÀOriginally featured in the June 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.
Try it with: Narutomaki (fish cake), spring onions, bonito fish flakes

DIRECTIONS:

1. Peel lid back halfway and remove packets. Empty vegetable pack into bowl.

2. Fill hot/boiling water to inner line, cover, and wait 3 minutes.

3. Peel back lid, pour in soup base, mix, and enjoy!

•ÈÀOriginally featured in the June 2018 Umai Crate.

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