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Fukujinzuke

Fukujinzuke

A flavour journey through Japan's heart. Immerse yourself in the complexity of this relish, an intricate dance of pickled vegetables that enriches your meals.

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Size: 450g

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  • Rich in Nutrients

    Fukujinzuke contains a variety of pickled vegetables like mooli, cucumber, and aubergeine. These vegetables provide essential vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre, contributing to overall health and nutrition.

  • Versatility

    It's a versatile condiment that can complement a wide range of dishes, from rice bowls to sandwiches.

  • Textural Variety

    The pickled vegetables in Fukujinzuke provide a delightful crunch and variety of textures, enhancing the overall dining experience.

What's in the product

MooIi, cucumber, sea salt, ginger, tamari gluten-tree soya sauce (water, soya beans, salt, spirit vinegar), mirin (corn, potato, sweet potato, tapioca, rice, rice koji, alcohol, citric acid, water), rice vinegar, agave, water

"Cor, Fukujinzuke is a game-changer! Sweet, crunchy, tangy and with the heat from the ginger it's like a party in your mouth."
Will Francis

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Serving Suggestion

A classic Japanese relish, combines crunchy vegetables in a subtly sweet and tangy soy sauce, effortlessly elevating the flavors of a wide range of Pan-Asian dishes.

Ingredients

Mooli, aubergine, cucumber, sea salt, ginger, tamari gluten-free soya sauce (water, soya beans, salt, spirit vinegar), mirin (corn, potato, sweet potato, tapioca, rice, rice koji, alcohol, citric acid, water), rice vinegar, agave, water.
Allergens: Soya

Storage

Keep refrigerated below 5C. Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 30 days. Please keep upright. Do not exceed use by date.

FAQ

What is fukujinzuke?

Fukujinzuke is a Japanese mixed vegetable pickle made with mooli,aubergine, cucumber, pickled in a sweet and savoury mirin and soya sauce brine.

What does fukujinzuke taste like?

The taste of fukujinzuke is a delightful balance of sweet, savoury, slightly tangy with a lovely crunch.

How long does fukujinzuke last?

Fukujinzuke has a shelf life of 3 months and it is recomended to consume within 30 days from opening.

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Salma Abouelela
YUM IN MY TUM

This is soo delicious, I have been pairing with my eggs for the ultimate power breakfast, going to try it out with some different recipes this week. Love it, club!

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V.W.

Wasnt sure about this one at first just because I'd never heard of it before but its absolutely delicious and gives such a kick to anything that its on. Give it a go!