~ Natto Spores (aka Natto-Moto) are the starter culture used with soybeans to make traditional Japanese natto fresh at home. ~
Natto Spores (aka Natto-Moto) is the starter culture used with soybeans to make traditional Japanese natto-kin. You can make natto-kin (or natto for short) fresh at home. This powdered starter spores culture comes with complete instructions and a special measuring spoon.
The process is a little difficult, but not to hard once you have completed the process a few times. It starts by inoculating cooked soy beans with the natto spores. This incubates in a warm place in serving size container for 12 to 24 hours. Once inoculation is complete you now have made natto-kin. Freeze extra containers, pull, and thaw for use.
for detailed instructions
Packet Contains: 3gr of spores for making approximately 30kg of fresh natto. The natto spores starter will last 6 months in the refrigerator or freezer; 3 to 4 weeks at room temperature.
Packaging may differ from photo, however, item is always fresh from Japan.
Ingredients: Japanese natural natto starter spores (Bacillus subtilis natto).
* 3gr make about 30kg of finished natto
* Storable term: 1 year
* Needs to be stored under refrigeration.
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