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Learn how to prepare delicious homemade gomasio—a sesame seed and sea salt mixture as well as Shio Kombu. Condiments enrich the taste and nutrient content of food and can be sprinkled over whole grains or other dishes.

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Condiments and garnishes are very useful for balancing the meal as a whole, and provide a variety of seasoning to various dishes. Condiments are seasonings, usually served separately for use at the table. A variety of condiments should be kept on the table at all times to allow each person to make individual adjustments during the meal, according to taste and condition of health. Condiments should be used sparingly (for example about one teaspoon a day in the case of Gomasio, or two to three plums aweek in the case of umeboshi plums) and only to enhance the taste of grains or vegetables.

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