The word miso means source of flavour. “Mi” is flavour and “So” is source. Miso is a paste made from fermented soya, cereal (depending on the type of miso) and sea salt. It is made by pressing the soya grains with the cereal and the sea salt, and left to ferment. Enriched with Wakame seaweed which is an edible seaweed that is highly prized in oriental cuisine and forms a plant-based supplement in many dishes, as well as Nori seaweed which includes several species of red and green seaweed that grow in warm water in the Atlantic and Pacific.
Amandín organic soups and stocks are made from selected, organically-grown ingredients and ready to eat as a delicious soup or consommé, or to add to your favourite recipes.