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What is dried bonito used for?

Asked: Levi J. Sybesma, Last Updated:

History of Dried Bonito But the most widely used kind is awasedashi, which is made by blending kelp and dried bonito, or skipjack tuna. From miso soup and soup noodles to tempura sauce and simmered dishes of all sorts, this dashi is used in a great many Japanese foods. Skipjack tuna is cut up entirely by hand.

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