Ume Vinegar 1 L YOSHI
Season legumes, fish or vegetables with this super-salty, sour, fruity Japanese condiment. Ume Vinegar is made from the brine leftover from making Japanese umeboshi plums and has a rosy colour from the red shiso leaves in the brine. Sprinkle it on legumes like chickpeas or steamed vegetables. It's used in vegan and vegetarian dishes to mimic the salty sea flavour of fish sauce. Whisk it into salad dressings or sprinkle on fish.
Ume (sour plums), red shiso leaves, salt.
- FOR JAPANESE CUISINE – Umeboshi vinegar is used widely in Japanese cooking as a seasoning. It is very unique, and can be creatively applied to vegan dishes where a sea-like or fish flavor is desired. It can be used in place of a fish sauce, although its flavor might seem fruitier and brighter to your personal palate.
- UME PLUM VINEGAR – Umeboshi vinegar is quite salty, but it boasts a sour, fruity flavor. Once you’ve tasted this vinegar for yourself you’ll want to pour it over everything to experience the incredible ride of flavors.
- AUTHENTIC PREMIUM PRODUCT – Ume plum vinegar is the liquid brine left over from pickling ume plums, an Asian fruit similar to the apricot. It takes about a month for the plums to naturally ferment within large vats separated by layers of sea salt, at which point they’re removed from vats and sun dried for 4 days. Shiso leaves are added to the pickling liquid to give its deep, ruby red color and enhance the flavour.
- A DELICIOUS ADDITION – The flavour of ume vinegar resembles a rich, tart sweetness paired with salt. It's used in vegan and vegetarian dishes to mimic the salty sea flavour of fish sauce. Whisk it into salad dressings or sprinkle on fish. Create your families next favourite salad dressing by incorporating this vinegar.
- USAGE IDEAS – Season legumes, fish or vegetables with this super-salty, sour, fruity Japanese condiment. It’s a delicious addition to roasted, sauteed, or steamed vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, and kale. It can also be used to add fantastic flavour when pickling your own produce.