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Bonito Flakes

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What is it?

A salty, dry textured addition to miso soup, ponzu and other Asian specialties, bonito flakes are shavings of dried, aged pieces of preserved bonito, a type of tuna. The fish is eaten more often in its preserved form than freshly caught. Bonito flakes offer a salty depth to various vegetable dishes and broths.

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