Japanske Fødevarer

Superior fujisu junmai ris eddike 900 ml

179,00 kr
  • Superior fujisu junmai ris eddike 900 ml

Japanske Fødevarer

Superior fujisu junmai ris eddike 900 ml

179,00 kr
  • Superior fujisu junmai ris eddike 900 ml

    Overlegen kvalitets eddike, ravfarve, rundhed, en ubestridelig aromatisk rigdom. En eddike der er anerkendt i de store japanske køkkener.

    Vidste du, at der kun er 400 riseddikeproducenter i Japan, og et endnu mindre beløb, der stadig producerer på en traditionel måde?
    Disse producenter fremstiller nihonshu (saké), der bruges til at lave eddiken selv.

    En tredjedel af de største eddike producenter, bruger kun 40 gram ris pr. liter eddike. Jo mere ris pr. liter eddike, desto bedre kvalitet. I denne riseddike er der anvendt mellem 120-160 gram ris i produktionen af én liter riseddike.

    • Ingredienser: Ris brune, Vand
    • Næringsværdier: Pr. 100 ml:
    • Energi 35 kcal / 149 kJ
    • Fedt Spor af fedt & mættede fedtsyrer
    • Kulhydrat 8,1 g
    • -Heraf sukker 7,2 g
    • Protein 0,7 g
    • Salt Spor af salt
    • Allergener: Ris
    • Opbevaring: Tørt & mørkt.
    • Oprindelse: Kyoto, Japan

        FUJISU SUPERIOR RICE VINEGAR 900 ml

        Superior quality vinegar, amber colour, roundness, of an undeniable aromatic richness. A vinegar recognized in the great Japanese kitchens

        • Ingredients : rice
        • Packaging : glass bottle 900 ml
        • Storage : Store away from light, heat and moisture
        • Origin : Kyoto, Japan
        • Nutritional values : Per 100 ml : energy 14 kcal (61 kJ) ; fat < 0,6 g, of which saturates < 0,01 g ; carbohydrate < 0,1 g, of which sugars < 0,1 g ; protein < 0,5 g ; salt < 0,5 g.

                                      Did you know that there are only 400 rice vinegar producers in Japan, and an even smaller amount who still make it in a traditional way?
                                      These producers make the nihonshu (saké) that will be used to make the vinegar themselves.
                                      They cannot under any circumstances sell their nihonshu so as not to compete with specialist producers.
                                      In the face of declining saké consumption in Japan among the younger generations, this is taken very seriously.
                                      A third of the vinegar makers, the biggest ones, only use 40g of rice per litre of vinegar. Productivity is key. These vinegars are tasteless, but meet the demands of industry and large retailers.
                                      The remaining two-thirds use 120-160g of rice to produce one litre of rice vinegar.

                                      Varenummer: YLI12