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Complete rice mochi with a sagebrush - Ohsawa - 300g

Marque : Ohsawa


Usual price 7.80 €
Promotional price 7.80 € Usual price
Unit price 26.00 €  by  kg
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These mochis are produced under the JAS label by grinding full rice with a pestle and then mixing the dough obtained with sagebrush powder. This manufacturing is inspired by the basic principles of macrobiotics where full rice is very popular. The producers Ohasawa and Kojima Foods specialize in the transformation of full rice which could have the reputation of being long to prepare and more difficult to digest to make it an accessible and healthy product. The sagebrush gives the Mochi a herbaceous taste with notes of bitterness. Traditionally, this Mochi can be consumed to be grilled, in a broth or tsukemono; But also in sweet version, for example with Kuromitsu.
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Enjoy a mochi with the seasoning of your choice: nori and soy sauce, kinakon soy powder, maple syrup, honey or kuromitsu black sugar syrup, sweet soy sauce (or classic soy sauce and a little sugar)

Complete sticky rice (Japan), Powdered Armoise

Keep out of light, in a dry and temperate place.

For 50g (1 MOCHI)
Energy: 117kcal
Proteins: 2.5g
Lipids: 1G
Carbohydrates: 24.5g
Salt: 0g

In the oven: Put the Mochi in the oven in Grill 2 to 3 min mode. Let stand for 1 min. At the pan: put the mochi in a saucepan of water and heat. Simmer over low heat 2min after boiling. In the microwave: put the mochi in a bowl of water and heat in the microwave for 3 minutes. Let stand for 1 min. Beware of the risk of suffocation, for children and the elderly, cut the Mochi before consuming it.

George Ohsawa is a Japanese philosopher born in 1893 at the origin of the macrobiotic movement. He sought to introduce the philosophy of ying and yang in food, starting from the principle that a good diet could solve all the evils. Starting from the principle that forcing yourself to eat only healthy foods without taking pleasure in it does not allow this diet to adopt eternally, the Ohsawa group founded in 1945 extends its work by seeking to distribute only macrobiotic products at the same time for the body like the palace.

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