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Amazake - 500ml

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HK$78.00
HK$78.00 - HK$78.00
Current price HK$78.00

Amazake is a traditional Japanese healthy drink rich in vitamins and minerals that is naturally sweet with no alcohol or sweeteners.  It is made from koji (a fungus used to ferment soybeans for making soy sauce, miso and sake) and glutinous rice.  However, many commercially sold Amazake from Japan is sweetened with sugar and made by sakekasu (the rice pulp from making sake) mixed with water. 

We made our own delicious healthy version that is packed full of nutritious ingredients to boost your energy and rehydrate your body!

HOW TO CONSUME/USE:

  • Can be used as a sweetener in cooking
  • As a refreshing drink on hot summer days
  • Blended into juices or smoothies 
  • Served with yogurt or milk in your cereal

BENEFITS

  • Contains Vitamin B1, B2, B6, Folic acid, Oligosaccharide, Cysteine, Arginine and Glutamine 
  • Great for gut health as it contains plant-based lactic acid
  • Promotes beautiful skin & hair growth
  • Relieves constipation
  • Relieves fatigue and increases concentration

SUGGESTED WAY TO SERVE

Can be served hot or chilled.  It also tastes great with grated ginger!

***Foodcraft is on a greener mission and have now added a "No Cooler Bag Option" for those who want to join us in the efforts to help save our planet!  Please click here if you do not want your products to be delivered in cooler bags.***

INGREDIENTS

Filtered water, glutenous rice, koji (Aspergillus oryzae)

*This product was produced in a kitchen where wheat is also handled.  If you have any concerns about food allergies, please contact us at yummy@foodcraft.hk before purchasing or consuming this product.*

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Sally Sonnex
A sweet treat

I actually wanted to try this before enrolling on the cookery class for "soy free miso and amazake" as I'd never heard of it before. I really enjoyed it (it's finished already!) and look forward to attending the class next month.

Hello Sally,
We look forward to having you visit us in Kennedy Town too! It will be great fun and deliciousness with the 'classmates' and our instructor, Shima Shimizu :)