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One Dashi Base, Endless Possibilities
Dashi is a centuries-old Japanese soup stock. At its most basic level, dashi is made from dried kombu seaweed sheets and bonito flakes (dried bonito fish). But what if you have a seafood allergy or are looking for a plant-based umami stock? And what if you’re looking for a shortcut?
Simple. You make a batch of Double Dashi.
What can you make with Double Dashi? Anything you can imagine. Here are three gluten-free, soy-free, plant-based options to get you started.
Kombu and shiitake dashi can be used on their own, but when combined, they are an umami powerhouse.
Double Dashi with Vegetables
A hearty vegan soup made with shiitake mushroom and kombu dashi and vegetables.
Gluten-Free Double Dashi Ramen
Packed with veggies and umami flavor, our Gluten-Free Double Dashi Ramen is paleo-compliant, vegan, keto, and under 100 calories.