Category: Miso

Miso. I love it. There are countless regional and seasonal variations, and one tastes more fabulous than the other.

If you can muster the patience to let the microbes in your ferment work for months or even years, you will be rewarded with the incredible taste of homemade miso.

Fermented Sunchokes

Topinambur fermentieren mit Miso

Especially in autumn, at the beginning of the season, I receive many questions about how to ferment Jerusalem artichoke. After the vegetable had lost its importance over the centuries, the popularity of the tubers has been growing strongly again for several years. Jerusalem artichoke, dialectally also...

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Homemade miso

Miso im Glas

Miso (japanisch 味噌) ist eine Würzpaste, die in Japan seit Jahrhunderten traditionell aus Sojabohnen, Salz und Kōji fermentiert wird. Kōji ist gedämpfter Reis, Gerste, anderes Getreide oder Pseudogetreide, auf dem Koji-Schimmelsporen kultiviert wurden. Dieser fabelhafte Schimmelpilz, wissenschaftlich offiziell Aspergillus flavus…

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