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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.
Plums japanese 77.07%, glucose syrup, hydrogenated, emulsifier E422, salt, hydrolysed protein (wheat gluten, corn, sea salt, stabilisers (E415)), acidity regulator, vitamin B1, condiment, fermented [rice, corn, potato, sweet potato, salt, grape, syrup, corn starch, and potato, alcohol, salt, water], sugar, soy sauce, radish, red, sweeteners, aroma.
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light