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Oshinko



Oshinko is a collective, generic name for Japanese pickles made from various vegetables pickled using salt (shio-zuke.)

The vegetables can be cucumbers, daikon radish, Napa cabbage, baby carrots, burdock root, etc.

Sometimes, it will also be used to include pickles made with rice bran, such as Takuan.

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Japanese Pickles

Amazu-Shouga; Beni Shouga; Gari; Japanese Pickles; Miso-Zuke; Nuka-Zuke; Oshinko; Pickled Daikon Radish; Pickled Ginger; Shio-Zuke; Su-Zuke; Umeboshi; Umezu

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