Kaokao Miso - Anzuboshi (Salted Apricot)


Translation missing: en.products.product.sold_out

  • description
  • more information
  • You might hear or see "Umeboshi"(Salted Plum) at the shop. That is sour pickled plum and has been eaten for over a thousand years in Japan.  Ripened plums are marinaded with salt, sun-dried, and preserved for a couple of months to develop the flavor and also get rid of sharp taste of salt.


    In Australia, it hard to get plum fruits, and I found out that "Apricot" is similar fruits. I am using "Apricot" and using same method.  Apricot is "ANZU" in Japanese so I called this product "ANZUBOSHI"


    How to eat / use

    ・Simply eat with rice

    ・Use it in marinades

    ・Make dressing with

    ・Cook with protein



     Apricot, Sea salt

    [Best Before Date] 

    In 4 month 

    Once it opened, Keep it in Refrigerated