The one touch gadget has been developed in Japan and costs less than £10 at Marukome.
It can make up to 75 bowls of warming miso soup with one plug-in miso box and you can buy packets of dehydrated veggies and seafood to spice it up. We want.
Whereas in the UK we scoff Miso as a desk lunch - in Japan it is part of a breakfast, and as the Japanese diet has been proven to be one of the healthiest - there has to be something in this, right?
How healthy is miso soup?
- It contains isoflavones, believed to help fight cancer.
- It has been suggested the oestrogen content can reduce the risk of breast cancer by up to 40%.
- Made from fermented soy - it provides a big hit of healthy protein.
- Miso is good for your immune system and is supposed to improve digestion.
- It is packed with antioxidants such as zinc, manganese and phenolic acids which work as antioxidants in the body.
- Miso does have a high sodium content - but there is debate that suggests it affects our bodies differently to table salt.
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