Light Bean Soup with Slender White Mushrooms and Bean Curd

Enokidaké no Miso Shiru

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An American Taste of Japan

An American Taste of Japan

By Elizabeth Andoh

Published 1985

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Once to be found only in its native Japan, slender creamy-colored enokidaké mushrooms are now being grown in California and shipped throughout the United States. Their delicate, almost floral bouquet is beautifully balanced here by the mellow fermented bean paste. The pale blond tones of this soup look good in any colored bowl or tureen.