I wanted to cook some cabbage-miso soup and got a little ahead of myself and threw it all in together in my slow cooker. Then I read that miso should be added at the end.
Did I ruin it? It's slow-cooking now.
Honestly it should be fine. Not all recipes need to be followed. And if not. It's a learning experience... right?
I believe if you do not boil it you will not ruin the beneficial properties of miso.
It'll still be edible either way. It's just a matter of whether you've killed off the bacteria in the miso.
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