Kimchi adds spicy, salty, sour flavors that complement the sweetness of miso and mirin in this soothing soup. Look for kimchi in the produce section of well-stocked supermarkets or in Asian markets.
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loved this soup. it had just the right amount of spicy with a satisfying texture. We served it with some stir fried chow mein noodles for some extra crunch. We will definitely make this again, especially since we now have a large container of white miso in the frig.
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