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Matsutake Mushroom & Shoyu Ramen Base

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Ingredients

Soy Sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), Water, Salt, Vegetable Oil (soybean, canola, cottonseed), Pork Extract, Matsutake Mushroom, Sugar, Pork Fat, Yeast Extract, Onion Extract, Glucose, Maltodextrin, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, White Pepper, Garlic Powder (garlic, potato starch), Ginger Powder, Less Than 1/10 of 1% Sodium Benzoate

Packaging

6 x 500g x 6

Flavor

Pleasant Aroma of Damp Forrest Floor, Braised Pork, Flavors of Pine, Shoyu, Subtle Pork Notes, Umami, Luxurious Texture

Color

Medium Dark Shoyu Color

Storage

Shelf Stable, See Best By Date

Orgin

Japan

Allergenics

Contains Soybeans, Wheat

Other

Heat & Serve *Note, made with real animal fats which are critical to achieve authentic flavor mouthfeel. These fats can been seen at room temperature inside bottle and particles are normal. Also, some animal fats are not particularly pleasant smelling at room temperature, but are wonderful when heated, so be aware when opening package that a slight off-smell is normal at room temperature.

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