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Ginger Miso Soup Sachets

Each pack contains 3 servings of Ginger Miso Soup. Made with real Miso paste (not powder!) a generous vegetable garnish with a hint of ginger. These easy to make soups are the perfect grab and go treat to keep you going.

€361
Ingredients

Miso paste 56% (soybean, rice, salt), water, ethyl alcohol, salt, bonito powder (fish), sugar, fermented seasoning (rice, malted rice, salt, water), yeast extract, cabbage 11%, ginger 2%, spring onion.

Allergens

Soybean, Fish

Customer Reviews

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Susan Phipps
Ginger miso

Love the ginger miso it’s great for a quick snack 😊 just the right amount of ginger

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LE
Ginger miso soup

I could have this soup everyday. Great taste and good at healing nausea.

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J.E.
A great twist on Miso Soup

Great flavour miso soup with a deep flavour, particularly like the veggies that come in the pack!

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Evelina S
Gorgeous

Delicious miso, best on the market

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kelly F
Light and warming

A lovely light, warming miso soup, perfect as a light snack or starter

Ginger Miso Soup Sachets

Kelly Says

"This miso soup is made using quality miso paste, ginger, cabbage and spring onions. In Japan, it is common to add ginger to miso soup during winter, it is also a delicious any other day of the year!"


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