Definition of miso
: a high-protein fermented food paste consisting chiefly of soybeans, salt, and usually grain (such as barley or rice) and ranging in taste from very salty to very sweet
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Its smaller box, which costs $59.94, feeds two people for three meals, and includes recipes such as spicy Korean-style chicken and roasted onion miso ramen.
Hence: little gems with crispy pancetta and green Caesar dressing, flank steak with bean sprouts and kimchi-miso dressing.
The two are widely considered trailblazers in bread, offering everything from a coriander and fennel-seed sourdough to a savory-sweet brioche made with koji, the starter used to ferment miso and soy sauce.
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Origin and Etymology of miso
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
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