The biggest food holiday of the year is just around the corner, and MiSOgood is here to help you make your Thanksgiving feast picture perfect. Even though miso tends to be thought of a Japanese food, it actually has a wide variety of uses and applications in the kitchen. Using miso not only will add a huge depth of flavor to whatever you’re preparing, but it will also impress your guests with your skill and knowledge of food and cooking.
It’s the time of year where the weather starts getting a little chillier. And that can only mean one thing: Soup season! There’s really nothing better than a hot, steamy bowl of goodness to warm us up when it’s cold outside.
We all know that miso is healthy, but did you know it’s also a superfood? It’s true. Superfoods are foods that are considered “nutritionally dense,” which is defined by how many nutrients you get per calorie of food you eat. This is in comparison to other foods that are considered “empty calories,” that carry little to no nutritional value. They are often high in trans and/or saturated fats, carbs, or sugar. Typically speaking, empty calorie foods include things like sodas, chips, cookies, etc.