19 reasons you should have furikake in your pantry

Sometimes the best introduction to a regional cuisine is a spice blend, and with Japanese furikake, that certainly seems to be the case.

Sold in many varieties, this rice seasoning usually consists of dried seaweed, sesame seeds, salt, sugar and dried bonito.

It adds a burst of umami to anything you put it on, and it could be just the thing to shake up your current cooking routine.

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