Misomite

Urban Hippie



  • Miso is one of Japan's traditional fermented foods. Our miso is hand-crafted in sunny Nelson and uses quality ingredients: soy beans from Motueka, natural sea salt from Blenheim, Koji (a type of culture for making sake), and rice.

    Our miso is then fermented for more than 6 months and unpasteurised. Most commercial miso paste is not fermented for long and also pasteurised which means no beneficial micro organism are existing in these miso pastes. Miso is full of nutrients, beneficial enzymes, amino acids, minerals and bacteria necessary for good health.

  • Miso is a versatile condiment that you can use for soups, stir-fries, marinades, dips, dressings and even as a spread on toast.
  • Vegan Vegetarian Gluten Free
    Dairy Free Nut Free Sugar Free
    Cruelty FreeMade in NZHandmade
    Recyclable
  • Rice (40%), Soy Beans (23%), Sea Salt (7.8%), Alcohol (2%), Koji (Aspergillus Oryzae) Nisin

  • "Miso soup is a very nutritional food and suitable for everyone. As the ingredients used in the miso gets fermented, the ingredients gets broken and becomes easily digestible. Miso is also high in antioxidants, found to reduce cancer rate, boost immune system, balances pH value in body and boost energy level. I am a huge fan of Urban Hippie Miso!"

    - Marie (Otago, NZ)

    "I love to put Urban Hippie Miso in my soups and stews. It is packed with nutrients and tastes really great."

    - Rhonda Whiles (Nelson, NZ)
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  • Urban HippieUrban Hippie Miso is handcrafted by a Japanese couple living in sunny Nelson, New Zealand. Their miso is non-GMO, gluten free and contains no MSG. Miso is incredibly nutritious, full of beneficial enzymes, amino acids, minerals and bacteria necessary for good health.

    Miso provides good sources of protein, antioxidants, isoflavones, linoleic acid, tryptophan and Vitamin B12. Urban Hippie believes in supporting the local market so always uses local products whenever possible. Unlike commercial miso, Urban Hippie ferment their miso for over 6 months and it is not pasteurised, therefore it retains it's beneficial micro organisms.

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