- 1 large teaspoon of miso (organic or unpasteurised is best)
- Chopped spring onion to taste
- Large pinch of dried seaweed (Karengo Fronds, Wakame or Dulse)
- Add a little cooked fish
- Add a raw egg beaten into the hot soup
- For vegans add some organic tofu
- Add cooked rice or noodles
- Add a little grated carrot, ginger or zucchini to taste
- Add some shredded Chinese cabbage
- Add chopped herbs like parsley
Place all ingredients into a large mug or soup cup and add hot water.
Mix all the ingredients and allow the seaweed to rehydrate.
Drink when cool enough – you may need a spoon to help!
- High in minerals, especially those that are lacking in our young New Zealand soils like iodine, zinc and manganese
- Good source of Vitamin K
- Long fermentation of the soybeans add probiotics so long as unpasteurised and not overly heated
- Easy to digest due to being fermented
- Contains small amounts of phytoestrogens to help balance hormones
This is an amazing umami drink for a cold afternoon when you need a warm hug or turn it into a breakfast or lunch!