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Eating sushi is one of the wholesome habits that Western civilization has domesticated from Japanese culinary tradition. This is a very wholesome food that looks and tasted great. The simple and all natural products make it the most wholesome fast food in the world. Rice, algae, fresh, cured, smoked fish, meat, vegetables, eggs and herbs all these are basics of a wholesome diet and one of the reasons of such a long life span of Japanese people. All this is combined in a beautiful and tasty package of the rice rolls that are made sometimes right in front of your eyes.
One of the important parts of many sushi types is the bright Red Tobiko. It is the red Flying fish roe cured with pure sea salt and lightly colored with natural dyes though the original color of the Red Tobiko roe is bright orange.
The Red Flying fish roe has pretty small beads, smaller than the Salmon roe but the color is also very bright and it has a very attractive appearance. Different kinds of sushi made using the Red Tobiko clearly stand out in the line of other kinds of sushi. The bright appearance of Red Flying fish is not its only merit, it has a crunchy texture and juicy brine inside the envelope adds a pronounced sea flavor to the single-bite sushi.
The fancy and bright appearance make Red Tobiko also a good choice for catering companies for big events and cocktail parties not least since it is has an absolutely affordable price and can be used also as a part of an everyday diet for a wholesome snack or an appetizer at your family dinner or a party with your friends at home. The Red Flying fish is also a great addition to your main courses like pasta, risotto with sea products, seafood salads and cocktails. Even the chefs of fancy restaurants are using it with a great pleasure.
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|Ingredients:||Flying Fish Roes (Wild caught), mirin, Bonito extract (Dried Bonito powder, glucose, Lactose, Disodium Succinate, Disodium Inosinate, Dried kelp powder), Soy sause (water, soybeans, wheat, salt) sugar, salt, Japanece rice vinegar, sodium sorbat, FD & C Yellow #6, Blue #1, Red #40|
|Net weight:||1.1 lb|
|Shipping:||Product is perishable and will be shipped via FedEx Priority Overnight|
|Caviar Fish & Grade:||Flying Fish, Grade 1|
|Preparation:||Fresh Frozen, Cured with Salt|
|Shelf Life Refrigerated:||3 to 4 days|