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    Onigiri (Rice Balls)

    15 mins to make • Makes 4-6

    Seafood

    1 Katsuobushi
    1 Salmon, Salted

    Produce

    3 sheets Nori
    1 Umeboshi

    Condiments

    1 Soy sauce

    Pasta & Grains

    1 Japanese rice [we do not use vinegared sushi rice!] (2 rice cooker measuring, Cooked

    Baking & Spices

    1 Salt

    Liquids

    1 Water

    Other

    Wet towel to wipe your hands
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