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29 May 13
I like to have a miso soup at night. Much better than cup a soup – tastier, healthier, and low calorie.
Me too! Actually I have mine mid afternoon if I’m feeling especially hungry. And when I’m too lazy for miso soup – I get the kind where you have to open the little packet, sometimes it’s just a bit too much effort – I have a teaspoon of Marigold bouillon powder in hot water.
1 Jul 13
@brownbag I’ve been tempted to give miso soup a go — I always enjoy it when having Japanese out. Where do you get yours?
@testytoast Bouillon powder is also a good shout, done this before and you’re right: so little effort. Makes me think I’m having more than I am.
7 Jul 13
a lot of people have mentioned marigold boullion. is it available in australia?
14 Apr 14
FYI the best DIY miso soup on the market by far is the newcomer Miso Tasty – see: misotasty.com where you can buy it online for delivery through your letterbox. There are two flavours (a classic Shiro and a spicy Aka).
Hope you enjoy it as much as me !
18 Apr 14
I get my miso soup on line from Healthy Supplies. Lots of choice.
Itsu do 3 serving packets of very nice miso soup. Seems to be available in lots of supermarkets now !
24 Apr 14
I know Miso is very low calorie, but does it really help with hunger?
It helps with me, I have it on Fast Days and also on normal days if I’m going to have a big tea.
10 Oct 14
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