Mitoku Dried Hama-Natto
Mitoku Savory Miso Beans "Hama Natto" are a traditional Japanese fermented soy food. First prepared by Zen priests in the 15th century as part of their vegetarian cuisine, they are still hand-made in the same, completely natural way. Hama Natto are prized for their delicious gourmet flavor and rich, heady aroma. Savory Miso Beans can be eaten as they are, as a tasty hors d'oeuvre with tea, beer or natural saké. They are also used as a condiment, like Tekka, on brown rice, vegetables or noodles. Mixed with grated radish (daikon) and seasoned to taste with Ponzu, they make a traditional side-dish that's both delicious and full of goodness. Hama Natto also makes a nice, mild substitute for the regular "sticky" natto.
Ingredients: natural fermented soybeans, ginger, and sea salt.