Quick meals get lively with the help of miso

04/20/2011 | NPR.org

Miso, the fermented soybean paste that originated in China in the 700s B.C., adds nutrition, a bold taste and a distinctive texture to foods. It is the key ingredient in miso soup, but also can be used to make a glaze for meat, and in salad dressings or tossed with vegetables.

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