Mitoku Nigari is a natural bitterns (coagulant) derived from the Japan Sea. Nigari is a traditional solidifier used in the making of quality tofu. Mitoku natural nigari is derived from sea water and is the mineral-rich residue that slowly drips off moist sea salt and is then sun-dried.
Liquid Nigari is a derivative of seawater and used as coagulant to make tofu from soy milk. It requires soy milk with a protein share of 11% and works best with natural soy milk for making fresh tofu. One packet of Liquid Nigari (5ml/.17 oz.) is required per each 125ml or 1/2 Cup of soymilk.
Masu 100% Liquid Hon Nigari
From Ishigaki Island, Okinawa, Japan
Hon Nigari = "Real" Bitterns
Made from the making of Masu 100% Sea water Sea Salt by the Togo Family
Our Liquid Nigari has been slowly extracted directly from the mineral-rich coral sea water which surrounds the Southernmost island of Ishigaki in Okinawa. Excellent for making extra silky delicious tofu as it is incredibly pure and concentrated, and unlike the flakes it is easier and quicker to use.