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Pietro Sesame And Miso (Soybean Curd) Dressing
Pietro Sesame And Miso (Soybean Curd) Dressing
Offered by JVS
Price: $4.20
4 used & new from $4.20

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the handy-est dressing around, January 22, 2010
Everybody has written about how great this stuff tastes, but I also love the handy, erogonomic shape. You do have to follow the label and "shake well before using" to get the full burst of flavor. I also like the thin skin of the container; just a gentle squeeze is all it takes to get a teaspoon or so of the tangy and ever-so-salty dressing on your tossed salad.

My wife really likes it, too. She uses it on everything, even some stuff I can't figure out. I'll find it in the bathroom, on the night stand, even in the laundry room. It's not a stain remover, is it? (lol)
Comment Comment (1) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Jan 19, 2012 4:11 PM PST


The Hawaii Coffee Book
The Hawaii Coffee Book
by Shawn Steiman
Edition: Spiral-bound
Price: $14.28
19 used & new from $6.89

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Everything you wanted to know about coffee in Hawaii, March 18, 2009
This book takes the reader on a journey through the islands of paradise using one of its iconic products-coffee-as the motif. All aspects of coffee growing, processing, tasting, even using in recipes, are included in here. For those visiting Hawaii, the many tours and seasonal festivals are really nice inclusions in the book. Since most people associate Hawaiian coffee with the Kona growing region, I found the sections on the history of where and when coffee was (and is being) grown to be particularly enlightening. The diversity of coffee varieties being grown was also interesting, especially since most of that diversity is outside the Kona region. This is a good read for those who want to learn more about one of the world's premier coffees, and I look forward to the second edition with updates in a few years' time.


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