Bonito flakes (Japan)


Bonito flakes are dried fish flakes, traditionally used as an ingredient for dashi, or as a topping in many Japanese dishes.

0.25 ounces net weight.

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Bonito flakes are dried flakes of young bonito, a type of fish which is prevalent in Japanese cooking. They are a fundamental ingredient of dashi, and can be sprinkled on top of ramen, miso, sushi or kelp salads, or whenever you want to add a touch of Japan to your dishes. They have a funky and smoky flavor, similar to fish sauce.

Contains fish, not suitable for a vegetarian or vegan diet. Naturally gluten free.

Ingredients: dried bonito flakes

0.25 ounce net weight.

Additional information

Weight 0.02 lbs