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Content : 3g x 4 pack
 
This is a soup mix powder originally.
Pouring 180ml (6 fl ounce) hot water to this powder.
YOU can cook Japanease soup within second.
 
 
BUT I recommed use this as pasta mix,

Please  use this to cook pasta !
Boild pasta as usual, then mix this. Just 3 seconds.
Matsutake is a kind of mushroom and  flavor is characteristic.
 
Truffle and porcino is popular in Europe ad US.
But Japanease love Matsutake.
 
Cook pasta with this, and  you can a life of party(party hero)
 
If you have KIKKOMAN or another soy, put saurce a bit.
 
It’s a perfect Japanase taste Pasta.
Just second !
No need to learn complex Japanese recipe.
 
And this mix is good for …

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Natamame Tea for sinus problems Japanese natural remedy/herbal remedy

Submitted by on 0202/1616 – 15:01

 

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For sinus problems Japanese natural remedy/herbal remedy

Product Name:

Natamame Tea

Recommend:

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Ingredient:

100% Japanese(Mt. Fuji area) produced Natamame.

Nutritional Facts:

Recommend:

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Feature:

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How to drink:

Pouring boild water to bag, 1 L – 2L (39fl oz – 76fl oz) per 1 tea bag and wait around 5 minute.

You may just put this tea bag to a cup and pour boild water ,please wait 3 minute. You can drink tea soon.
You can use this tea bag few times.

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Natamame(Jack beans)

 

Stop worrying about
sinus problems
hay fever
oral odor
false teeth

 

Red Jack beans is full of polyphenol but requires great care, so production is very low.

This Jack beans procuded around Mt. Fuji

 

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