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MISO PASTE

The Japanese diet depends on it, and now it’s on supermarket shelves here. So what’s it good for?

What’s the deal with…

WHAT IS IT?

This staple of the Japanese diet is made from three main ingredients: fermented soya beans, salt and a fungus called kōjikin. Barley, rice or buckwheat may be added to vary the flavour. Its umami taste (the savoury flavour associated with fermented foods) makes it particularly moreish.

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Can you reverse type 2 diabetes through diet? In the June issue of Healthy Food Guide, our experts look at the latest claims by the creator of the 5:2 diet. Also, find out if your medication could be causing your weight gain, and discover the best diet and exercise choices for long-term bone health. Plus, gluten-free baker Phil Vickery shares his failsafe bread recipes and we help you fill up on the latest grain bowl trend.