Page 1 - Reviews - Eden Foods, Organic Shiro Miso, 12.1 oz (345 g) - iHerb
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Posted on May 20, 2022
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I bought this because it is the lowest sodium miso I can find and is also organic. Of course Eden Foods' quality is excellent. When I first bought this years ago it was not my favorite, but now it is my go-to miso and I love it! Other misos are far too salty with more salt than flavor. This has a slightly sweeter taste. It adds a lot of flavor to everything from soups to dips, sandwich spreads, etc. Also it is easy to keep around (no refrigeration needed until you open it). If it gets old it might darken somewhat but I have found it is still good to eat.

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I bought this because it is the lowest sodium miso I can find and is also organic. Of course Eden Foods' quality is excellent. When I first bought this years ago it was not my favorite, but now it is my go-to miso and I love it! Other misos are far too salty with more salt than flavor. This has a slightly sweeter taste. It adds a lot of flavor to everything from soups to dips, sandwich spreads, etc. Also it is easy to keep around (no refrigeration needed until you open it). If it gets old it might darken somewhat but I have found it is still good to eat.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Dec 1, 2021
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We have both of the brands of this miso and we like both. Good to add umami to many dishes and soups. Healthy and tasty! I like that the other type from this brand had a dispenser and this one doesn't (not sure why). So we transferred to a clean glass jar for storage in the fridge.

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We have both of the brands of this miso and we like both. Good to add umami to many dishes and soups. Healthy and tasty! I like that the other type from this brand had a dispenser and this one doesn't (not sure why). So we transferred to a clean glass jar for storage in the fridge.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Aug 5, 2021
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I love Eden Organic miso. I trust it to be clean, without unneeded extras. I also use the Genmai miso depending on my tastes and needs for that day. I wish Iherb would also carry their Mugi and Hatcho varieties.

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I love Eden Organic miso. I trust it to be clean, without unneeded extras. I also use the Genmai miso depending on my tastes and needs for that day. I wish Iherb would also carry their Mugi and Hatcho varieties.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Mar 21, 2022
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This is the best, tastiest and awesomest miso paste I've ever tried! Milder than the regular one, adds tanginess and a lot of umami taste to anything. My must have from now on

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This is the best, tastiest and awesomest miso paste I've ever tried! Milder than the regular one, adds tanginess and a lot of umami taste to anything. My must have from now on

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Posted on Mar 7, 2022
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Happy with the purchase, very reasonable price, great quality and perfect packaging to keep it fresh and without mess! I already used in one of the soups and it had a great taste. Definitely recommend it and will order again once I finish this one!

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Happy with the purchase, very reasonable price, great quality and perfect packaging to keep it fresh and without mess! I already used in one of the soups and it had a great taste. Definitely recommend it and will order again once I finish this one!

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Posted on Mar 4, 2022
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It tastes great! It's sweet and good option when cooking for baby (if you don't want to use salt). Long shelf life! I prefer buying the one with the cap so it's easier to store after use.

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It tastes great! It's sweet and good option when cooking for baby (if you don't want to use salt). Long shelf life! I prefer buying the one with the cap so it's easier to store after use.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.
Posted on Jan 8, 2022
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Mild, slightly sweet and salty taste. Smooth. Delicious on buttered toast and also in soup or a simple hot drink. Excellent quality like all other products I have tried from Eden Foods.

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Mild, slightly sweet and salty taste. Smooth. Delicious on buttered toast and also in soup or a simple hot drink. Excellent quality like all other products I have tried from Eden Foods.

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Posted on Dec 26, 2021
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This product is rarely available which is why you should but it as soon as it's available! It's very mild in taste, great for Miso soup! it's packed well for reuse which is very important and useful.

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This product is rarely available which is why you should but it as soon as it's available! It's very mild in taste, great for Miso soup! it's packed well for reuse which is very important and useful.

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Posted on Dec 21, 2021
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Miso soup (味噌汁, misoshiru) is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a dashi stock into which softened miso paste is mixed. In addition, there are many optional ingredients (various vegetables, tofu, abura-age, etc.) that may be added depending on regional and seasonal recipes, and personal preference. In Japanese food culture, Miso soup is a representative of soup dishes served with rice. Miso soup is also called Omiotsuke (御味御付).

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Miso soup (味噌汁, misoshiru) is a traditional Japanese soup consisting of a dashi stock into which softened miso paste is mixed. In addition, there are many optional ingredients (various vegetables, tofu, abura-age, etc.) that may be added depending on regional and seasonal recipes, and personal preference. In Japanese food culture, Miso soup is a representative of soup dishes served with rice. Miso soup is also called Omiotsuke (御味御付).

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Posted on Apr 11, 2022
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Not as strong as the miso I used to buy in Japan, but still tastes good and does the job. recommended for people who are new to miso paste and want to try it out for first time.

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Not as strong as the miso I used to buy in Japan, but still tastes good and does the job. recommended for people who are new to miso paste and want to try it out for first time.

Disclaimer: Not medical or professional advice.