For greater umami, just add kelp

02/25/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Enhance the flavor of a dish by adding stock made of kelp, known as kombu. Kelp's mild, sweet taste with a touch of salt gives everyday dishes, such as braised ribs and turnip soup, richer flavor and improves texture, writes Hiroko Shimbo, author of "Hiroko's American Kitchen."

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