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Umeboshi is a popular condiment of Japanese cuisine based on salted plums (ume). Japanese plums or fruits from the Prunus mume tree that have reached maturity are usually used. The natural color is an orange brown, given by the content in β-carotene; often, however, it is preferred to color the umeboshi to make it take on a more pleasant red color. Coloring is carried out through the leaves of shiso, an aromatic plant, very rich in anthocyanins. Umeboshi has an acidic and salty accentuated taste given mainly by maceration of plums in salt.

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Nanko umeboshi - 1 Kg
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Nanko plums from Wakayama Prefecture are considered to be of the highest quality.
€21.72
Umeboshi plums-japanese - 150 g
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These umeboshi have an 8% salt, which classifies them as umeboshi standard. The practical packaging tray prevents the plums squash under its own weight losing the juice. It is plum ume, salted, in brine, which are but the fruit of the tree Prunus mune, and have a reddish brown colour.
€12.06
Umeboshi Japanese plums with shiso - 140 g
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These umeboshi have 13% Salt. The practical pan packaging prevents plums from crushing under their own weight losing juice. These are tasty umeboshi that are obtained by salting the ripe raw plums so that they do not crumble, then desalting the dried Kishu Nanko umeboshi with the original technology and adding the shiso. In fact, in this tray you will also find whole leaves of shiso.
€10.69
The paste of umeboshi plums the japanese - 300 g
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Also in the case of this pasta, plum umeboshi, Kaneku offers, as always, high-quality products. The pulp of plums umeboshi is produced from plums, the river's water quality.
€18.96
Umeboshi plums-japanese - 800 g
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It is plum ume, salted, in brine, which are but the fruit of the tree Prunus mune, and have a reddish brown colour, and have a good content of beta-carotene. You can use it as a filling for onigiri, sushi, or even on the cooked rice. They were also called “the plums of miracles” because they have properties truly extraordinary not only in power but also to improve the resistance to physical effort, typically in gymnastic activities. The ancient japanese masters collect this variety of apricots when they are still green, in the month of June, when the content of acid, the cyclic is at its maximum, and after having washed the fruit fresh and ripe, put them in the infusion in the fresh water to remove the bitter taste typical of this type of plum.
€34.82
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Umeboshi - 120 g
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The practical tray packaging prevents the plums from crushing under their own weight, losing their juice. These are salted pickled ume plums, which are nothing but the fruits of the Prunus mune tree, and have a reddish-brown color.
€9.78
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Umeboshi plums-japanese - 130 g
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It is plum ume, salted, in brine, which are but the fruit of the tree Prunus mune, and have a reddish brown colour, and have a good content of beta-carotene. You can use it as a filling for onigiri, sushi, or even on the cooked rice. They were also called “the plums of miracles” because they have properties truly extraordinary not only in power but also to improve the resistance to physical effort, typically in gymnastic activities. The ancient japanese masters collect this variety of apricots when they are still green, in the month of June, when the content of acid, the cyclic is at its maximum, and after having washed the fruit fresh and ripe, put them in the infusion in the fresh water to remove the bitter taste typical of this type of plum.
€6.46