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An essential ingredient in Japanese cuisine, dashi is a broth made from dried kombu seaweed and shavings of preserved bonito (a tuna-like fish). Traditionally made from scratch, even by home cooks, these days instant dashi is often used. Dashi is the base of miso soup, many noodle soups, and some sauces.

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