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Ooh. I've never seen miso paste. I would just sub. it for soya sauce. ;)
I think it called for both. But I need to watch it again. I think I might have some in my refrigerator but if I do it’s over a year old. I’ve never used it and I have no idea what the shelf life is.
 

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I think it called for both. But I need to watch it again. I think I might have some in my refrigerator but if I do it’s over a year old. I’ve never used it and I have no idea what the shelf life is.
Sounds like my first container, I used it even with it being a bit crusty around the edges-
A: Miso is a “preservative food,” that can be kept for a long period of time due to its salt content. If kept in your refrigerator, miso itself does not go bad. In terms of the quality of the taste, miso should remain relatively consistent for up to one year.
I love miso broth and in soups, and in seitans and nooch sauces
 
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