Sansai Boiled Mountain Vegetables



Sansai Boiled Mountain Vegetables 山菜
A variety of edible wild green shoots start to push through the soil in mountainous regions of japan in spring. These are nature’s bounty known as “Sansai”. Often seen in Shojin Ryori Buddhist temple cuisine.
Sansai Japanese mountain vegetables (such as bracken, bamboo shoots, mushrooms, carrots) that have been boiled and preserved in water. Tasty and ready to eat, these vegetables are perfect for adding colour and texture to rice, noodle soup and stir fries.
Why not check out my sansai mountain vegetable recipes on my (live by the shun blog post for spring) recipes to use your sansai vegetables included in the post are Sansai maze Gohan, Kenoshiru and Ankake Mountain Vegetables.
Sweet potato, vine bracken, bamboo shoots, cloud ear mushrooms, enoki mushroom, nameko mushrooms, ph adjuster sodium sulphate, vitamin c

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Dimensions 1 × 10 × 25 cm


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