Thai Miso Soup

Miso is a Japanese word that means "fermented beans," so it has loads of good bacteria. In addition to its probiotic properties, miso is a great source of copper and magnesium and a good source of Vitamin K, protein, zinc, phosphorus, dietary fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids. But just like other probiotic foods, you can't add miso directly into boiling water without killing the good bacteria. You have to wait for the soup to cool a bit and then stir or whisk in the miso.
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