These magical salted 'kokuto' (means black sugar in Japanese) bites have the most fascinating, complex flavor. However it has no additive, just Okinawan black sugar, kokuto, and naturally-extracted sea salts from the cleanest sea water in Okinawan sea.
The Okinawan people of Japan are known to be one of the most healthiest people on earth. They have developed “kokuto”, slow-cooked sugar cane juice. The nutrient-rich volcanic soil and the strong island sunlight make the sugar cane even more nutrient-rich, it has a plenty of minerals such as calcium, potassium and iron and has a low glycemic index.
[How to eat]
Just put it in your mouth and enjoy the complex flavor! It is a perfect post-workout snack as the bites contains many vitamins and minerals, which could act as electrolytes.
[How to make the Okinawan salted caramel sauce]
Mix the bites with small amount of water and microwave until it boils. For example, one little portion can be made by melting the following ingredients together.
Okinawan bites - 30 grams
Water 20 ml
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