Hokkaido Ma Kombu A Grade 500g

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Hokkaido Ma Kombu, A Grade, 500g

Hokkaido ma kombu A grade is a high-quality variety of kombu, a type of edible kelp that is widely used in Japanese cuisine. Hokkaido is a northern island of Japan that is known for producing some of the best quality kombu due to its cold waters and nutrient-rich environment.

Prized for its thick, tender, and flavourful fronds, which are rich in umami and other savoury flavours. It is commonly used to make dashi, a traditional Japanese stock that is used as a base for soups, stews, and sauces. It can also be used as a seasoning for rice dishes, noodles, and other savoury dishes!


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  • Size: 500g
  • Units Per Case: 1
  • Packaging Material: Plastic
  • Manufacturer: Maruzen Hokkaido
  • Cuisine: Japanese

Please note: As this product is imported from Japan, the best before date may be printed in the Japanese date format YY/MM/DD. If you are unsure, please contact us.


  • Seaweed
  • Brewed Vinegar


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