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kasu jiru recipe?

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david kaplan Jan 27, 2008 05:44 PM

Kasu jiru is a thick, boozy soup made from sake lees (the solid byproduct of the sake-making process), root vegetables, and salmon, other fish, or pork. I've only ever had it twice -- at Minako in San Francisco and at a brewery's restaurant in Kobe -- and I'd like to make it at home with the kasu available at my local Japanese market.

I cannot find a recipe anywhere. Can someone share one? Thanks.