A New Take on a Traditional Japanese Taste

Miso is an essential part of Japanese cuisine. Made from fermented soybeans, it traditionally comes as a kind of paste that's dissolved in hot water to make soup or used as a dip. Now, though, a Japanese firm has begun changing miso's image and creating new culinary possibilities by turning miso into a powder. In this report, we explain why powdered miso is so innovative and why it's getting so much attention.