This seasoning, made from various ingredients of the Japanese tradition, tones the heart and promotes the regulation of palpitations.
MIMASA tekka is a very yang condiment made with various ingredients typical of the Japanese tradition: hatcho miso (63.3%), sesame paste (9.6%), sesame oil (7.9%), lotus (6.3%), carrot (6.3%) and burdock (6.3%). These ingredients are mixed and toasted over a low heat for several hours until a dough is obtained.
- Energy-kJ 1.913
- Energy (kcal) 461
- Fat (g) 31.1
- - Saturated (g) 4,3
- Carbohydrate (g) 13,4
- - Sugars (g) 0,9
- Protein (g) 25,9
- Fibre (g) 11,8
- Sodium (g) 4.39
- Salt 10,99
Tekka helps digestion and purify the blood, while providing more energy. It is indicated in heart problems and neuralgia. It is a tonic for the weak and dilated heart due to excess fat, which favors the reduction of palpitations and arrhythmias produced by this dilation. In short, it helps to recover the tonicity of the circulatory system in general.
In addition, tekka collaborates in the reduction of rheumatism, especially those that affect the joints, since it reduces joint inflammation.
The consumption of this seasoning should be very moderate. Just half a teaspoon (like coffee) of MIMASA tekka on the plate of cereals or vegetables, once or twice a week. It is the most appropriate way to consume it, since it provides a pleasant flavor to the dish. It can also be taken straight, but in this case it might taste too strong for sensitive palates.
63.7% Hatcho Miso, 9.5% sesame paste, 7.3% sesame oil, 6.5% lotus root, 6.5% carrot, 6.5% burdock.