Ecology-shop Satani 3 set of additive-free calcium-rich whitebait chips Japan

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whitebait Chips * Yamasei Suisan(Yamasei fisheries)
Set of 3 bags

【Contents】8g x 1 bag
【expiry date】Stated on the top of the backside. Best before: 300 days at room temperature.
Each bag contains approximately 60g of raw whitebait.
Can be eaten as is after opening.

Ingredients/Japanese sardine fry (from Shizuoka Prefecture)
Contents/Set of 3 bags (8g per bag)
Storage method/ Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity.
Nutrition Facts / per bag
Energy/ 29.8kcal
Protein /6.2g
Fat /0.5g
Carbohydrates/ 0.3g
Salt equivalent/ 0.2g
Calcium/ 112mg
100% raw whitebait! About 60g of raw whitebait per bag!

whitebait chips that can be eaten as they are!

Won the Director-General's Award of the Fisheries Agency in the 30th National Quality Assessment of Processed Seafood Products.
Won the Director-General's Award of the Fisheries Agency.
Sponsored by the National Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Won the Judges' Special Prize in the "Village Development Specialty Products Contest".
Winner of the Judges' Special Award.

Seared and packaged bite-size sardines made from 100% Shizuoka whitebait.
and packaged to be eaten in bite-size pieces.

Yamasei suisan(Yamasei Fisheries )"whitebait Chips".

bite-size chips made from the well-known Shizuoka Prefecture specialty, *dried sardine sheet*!
a well-known specialty of Shizuoka Prefecture, in bite-size pieces!
The freshly landed Shizuoka Prefecture whitebait is packed in a bite-size package.
It is dried and seared in a laver-like (flattened) shape.
To preserve the freshness and flavor
It is additive-free and quickly finished.
It is very tasty and full of calcium.
It is a good source of calcium.

whitebait Chips tips (^-^)

Raw whitebait (caught in the Sea of Enshu and Suruga Bay) landed at Omaezaki Fishing Port in Shizuoka Prefecture.
Yamasei Suisan(Yamasei fisheries), a broker, auctions them off and processes them into saltwater sardines.
whitebait chips. Originally tatami sardines.
A dried sardine sheet (Tatami Sardine) is fresh raw whitebait(young sardines)
and strain them through a fine mesh attached to a wooden frame.
⇒Drain off the water.
⇒Turn over and layout on the sardines.
Dried in a dryer for 6 to 7 hours and processed into thin sheets (mesh).
It is said to have gotten its name from the fact that tatami mats made of rush used to be dried in the sun.
It is said to have gotten its name from the fact that it was once dried in the sun using rush tatami mats.
Production began in the late Edo period (1603-1867), but it was not until the Meiji period (1868-1912) that production began to flourish.
It was not until the Meiji period (1868-1912) that it began to be actively manufactured.
Originally, it was manufactured for private consumption in various parts of the country.
Specialized processors began to appear in the Shonan to Miura Peninsula area of Kanagawa Prefecture.
Today, it is a specialty product produced mainly in the coastal areas of Shizuoka and Kanagawa Prefectures.
It is a product of the "bounty of the sea" itself.
It is a food where you can directly feel the "flavor of the sea" and the "delicious taste of fish.
The way to eat dried sardine sheet is quite simple.
It can be quickly roasted over an open flame and served as a snack.
The "whitebait Chips" are made to be eaten as is without the need to sear them.
Whitebait Chips" are made without the need to sear the fish and can be eaten as is.




Japanese sardine fry (Shizuoka Prefecture)

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