The sound of “tai” means auspicious in Japanese, so it is a popular ingredient for congratulatory food. This versatile fish can be prepared in numerous ways, including as sashimi, salt grilled, simmered, marinated in kombu, baked in casseroles and mixed with cooked rice. Because the inosinate contained in sea bream does not readily break down, it offers an umami rich taste.
Levels of naturally occurring glutamate(mg/100g):10
Levels of naturally occurring inosinate(mg/100g):180〜300


  • Title: Sea bream

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