3 Ways with Mighty Miso

Miso is far more than just a simple, salty soup. Add fermented funk and probiotic power to your everyday dishes with these easy recipes.

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Probiotic Paste

A common Japanese condiment, miso is a fermented paste made from cooked soybeans and koji, a rice starter culture. Packed into fermentation crates and left to culture for weeks or years, miso contains beneficial bacteria, also known as probiotics, that can improve gut health and strengthen the immune system. Miso also contains an enzyme known as Aspergillus oryzae, which has been shown to improve symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (such as Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis). Due to its soy content, miso is a concentrated source of isoflavones, the regular consumption of which may help prevent liver and breast cancers.

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