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the flavour of japan 

Many of the well known tastes and smells that come from Japanese food comes from years of perfecting the base stocks of soup and flavours that are added to their dishes. Dashi is a base stock used in many Japanese dishes and has been perfected over millennia. Dashi is available in powdered and liquid form and can be used in many different and creative ways to add umami to your dishes.

Ramen soup stock has also been developed over many years, which each ramen shop having its unique taste of popular flavours, From light soups such as shio to heavier, meaty flavours such as tonkotsu. Each brand of ramen soup is different but all just as tasty as each other.

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