Nagatanien Ochazuke Nori, 1.69-Ounce Units (Pack of 20)
Fort those of you that have no idea of what this is, it's a traditional Japanese rice dish topping that you pour over a scoop of hot white rice and then power hot water onto it. I grew up eating this in Hawaii and from my dad's side that is Japanese. I love having this as a light lunch in the winter time, its very flavorful and has crunchy soy sauce balls, nori as well as salmon chunks it them. To me its like a very tasty rice soup concoction that is low in fat and calories. These are really hard to find on the mainland so my family normally sends these to me in care packages.
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