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I Made 400-Year-Old Miso Soup • Tasty

How far back does the history of this souper soup go? Hannah Hart explores the origins of one of her favorite foods—miso soup.

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25 thoughts on “I Made 400-Year-Old Miso Soup • Tasty

  1. I didn't know the process of making miso soup even tho I'm a Japanese and drink almost everyday. Good to know that!! Thanks for sharing😄

  2. I love the chemistry you two had. I´m nota guy for miso soup but I really loved the combo of the two of you

  3. That awkward conversation about sports

  4. I almost actually left when she said the end 😭

  5. im going to make this

  6. Please, more of this two Ladies cooperating, please!

  7. 13:44 it likes Totoro music?

  8. This is what Tasty should have been from the start, Quality content.

  9. 10:23 Hannah realy try everything before putting it

    Who did these too?
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  10. Exfoliating the hands… into the food. Ewww

  11. White people play too much🙄 The teacher has the patience of a saint.

  12. I would like to see you make a croissant!

  13. Why’s this girls so funny?!!!!!

  14. When the background music is actually authentic to the culture the "ethnic" food belongs to–and isn't a pop song!

  15. Miso, a fermented soybean food, seems to be effective in preventing corona infection.

  16. I love hannah so much 😂

  17. Something about a blonde woman with short hair, that is absolutely so very beautiful, and she is intelligent very sexy!

  18. 6:18 thought my audio went out

  19. I wish I could get her rice miso…

  20. where does she keep her miso? did she say fake one?

  21. now i want miso soup, or miso ramen.

  22. Is she wearing plaid to match Hannah?

  23. wow something older than my grandma

  24. the energy between these two is refreshing

  25. my lisp is crying in soup rn

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