Umeboschi paste (salted prune paste) is used as a condiment. Great with sushi, in spreads and sauces. Umeboshi is very concentrated so a small amount will do.
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|Without added sugar|
|Peanut and nut free|
|Sesame seeds free|
Ingredients: Japanese Ume Prunes* (87%), sea salt, shiso leaves (perilla)*. *Organic agriculture
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