Eden Bonita Flakes, a rich component of traditional dashi noodle broth / soup stock. Bonito, a type of mackerel, is steamed and dried to wood-like hardness, then shaved into flakes. A hearty, versatile seasoning. Use on salads, vegetables, tofu and in soups and stews.
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I had a recipe that called for these Bonito Flakes for a Japanese style soup. You soak the flakes then discard. Couldn't really taste much in the water. Didn't really feel that it added anything. Won't buy again unless my Japanese friend tells me I omited something.
February 26, 2013
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