Daizu Shukan : Sakusaku Natto - Freeze-Dried Natto Bean Snack (1.4 oz)
“Natto (納豆)” are fermented soybeans packed with nutrients which originated in Japan. Although the Japanese food is famous as a superfood, due to its stinky odor and slimy consistency, many people can’t eat it.
Nonetheless, even if you hate the fermented soy food, there is a good way to consume Natto and take in the nutrition.
Have you ever heard that there are Natto snacks with no sliminess? As you may know, dried Natto is just that type and “Hoshi Natto (干し納豆)” is the quintessential example of such Natto snacks.
Hoshi Natto are dried fermented soybeans known as a specialty of Mito, Ibaragi Prefecture, this is a popular freeze-dried Natto snack widely available in Japan.
Natto (Japanese soybean) ※not genetically modified, Natto fungus, vegetable oil, powdered soy sauce (including wheat), dextrin, salt, yeast extract