miso soup

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  • 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.

    @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.

    a lot of people have mentioned marigold boullion. is it available in australia?

    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 !

    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 !

    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.

    roosandwombats

    a lot of people have mentioned marigold boullion. is it available in australia?

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    roosandwombats

    12:01 pm

    7 Jul 13

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    a lot of people have mentioned marigold boullion. is it available in australia?

    http://www.marigold-health-foods.com.au/

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