Call it a sipping broth, a soup tea, a savory tea…In Japan, kombu or kelp seaweed is often used as a base for broth and has also been consumed as a refreshing drink rather than a soup served with a meal.
From a Western perspective, the savory, salty flavor makes it more of an instant soup, but we encourage you to drink it as a tea, in the mid-afternoon, to rejuvenate yourself for the rest of the day.
- Ingredients: Table salt (made in Japan), dextrin, kombu (kelp seaweed), fermented flavoring, yeast extract / flavoring (amino acids, etc), acidulant.
- As tea: Dissolve a packet of the powder or a half a teaspoon in hot water (80C/176F or hotter, using a cup or bowl of about 150 - 200 ml).
- As broth: Dissolve the powder as desired in hot water and it is ready for use.
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