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Why eat plane old white rice when you can spice it up with Furikake!
Furikake is a lightly salted Japanese condiment that is generally sprinkled over cooked white rice or Japanese rice balls called Onigiri, but not limited to these things. It's as commonplace in Japan as salt and pepper is in America. Furikake usually consists of various ingredients such as sushi nori (seaweed), sesame seeds, dried tuna flakes, ground shiso leaf, salmon flakes, powdered soy sauce or miso, and dried egg. Furikake will add great taste to whatever you add it to, whether it’s the rice, or fish, or stir-fry. It’s a unique seasoning, and will be as versatile as your imagination.
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