is it a term of food or condiment of some sort?
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Tsuyu is a dipping sauce made of mirin, soy sauce and dashi. Dashi is a fish stock made using seaweed, bonito flakes, and water.
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And dashi is a damn fine thing to have on hand in your pantry for quick soups.
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@ Pierino ;) It's the Japanese version of "chicken soup!"
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Home made dashi is the best it's Kombu seaweed, and bonito flakes simmered and strained.
However the instant "Aji Dashi" is just fine and is what most of the mid-class Japanese resturants use. It's comes closer to the real home made than say instant beef or chicken stock.
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