NANAKUSA (SEVEN HERBS)

[AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME]

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Prefecture:Hiroshima 
Producer:Kodama Ikiiki Farm
Ingredients:Daikon (radish) leaves (from Japan), salt, suzuna (turnip) leaves (from Hokkaido), hakobera (chickweed) (domestic), seri (water dropwort) (domestic), nazuna (shepherd’s purse) (from Hokkaido), hotokenoza (nipplewort) (from Hokkaido), gokyo (cudweed) (from Hokkaido)
Vegan, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Soy-free
Size:2 x 2.5g servings 

After indulging over New Years, many Japanese enjoy a simple bowl of nanakusa gayu (seven herb rice porridge) on January 7th to cleanse their bodies and give their stomachs a chance to reset. However, finding these seven traditional herbs fresh outside Japan is nearly impossible. This dried mixture from Kodama Ikiiki Farm allows you to taste these special Japanese mountainside herbs in your home.

Kodama Ikiiki Farm grows entirely organic products in the countryside of Fukuyama city in Hiroshima Prefecture, an area known for its fresh agriculture. In addition to their commitment to producing high quality products, Kodama Ikiiki Farm works to create new and inventive ways for people to enjoy their local harvests.

Notice the unique flavors of each herb as you enjoy this simple yet wholesome dish.

How to prepare: Add to miso soup, as a topping on egg dishes like omelets and scrambled eggs, or in our Nanakusa Gayu (Seven Herb Rice Porridge) recipe.


DISCLAIMER: We provide ingredients and common allergens based on the packaging as a reference only. Please consume with caution based on your own individual health concerns as we cannot guarantee the presence or lack of certain ingredients, allergens and/or animal products.

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