Knowns as “Gari” in Japanese, this is usually served with sushi as a garnish and pallet cleanser. The ginger has been thinly sliced and marinated in vinegar and koji packed sake lees (sake kasu) to give it a mild heat and umami sweetness.
Sushi ginger is typically served alongside sushi to cleanse the palate between different types of sushi or to refresh the palate after eating rich or fatty fish. It is also often used as a garnish for sushi rolls or other Japanese dishes.
It can also be used in other dishes such as stir-fries or salads, where it can add a zesty and refreshing flavour.
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.
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Miso ramen is a highly diverse dish that can be found in many variations. However, the foundation of the dish consists of a deliciously flavoured broth with fresh ramen noodles and toppings like egg, spring onion, nori, and corn.
Pickled sushi ginger, also known as gari or amazu shoga in Japanese, is commonly used to cleanse the palate in between eating different types of sushi.