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A stock, that is an intrinsic part of Japanese cuisine. This is flavoured with dried bonito (tuna: Japanese katsuobushi) and seaweed (kelp; Japanese kombu), and is the base of many dishes and soups. Instant dashi, known as 'dashi-no-moto' is available at Japanese food shops.
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