diy homemade nattō! (and yogurt)

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  3. Cassie says:

    Since you like health food, I would suggest you check out the natural foods store in Mayaguez across the street from Home Depot/Sams. They have a great vegetarian lunch too that is reasonably priced! It’s our “fast food” stop when we go into town. The prices of the food in the grocery section are still pretty high, but unlike Freshmart they actually carry FRESH produce too. Not a whole lot, but we like to buy sprouts (often a variety – not just alfalfa) there, some powdered miso soups and organic cookies.

    1. David says:

      Hi Cassie. Sounds like we have to check that place out… thanks for sharing!

    2. Holly says:

      That sounds great Cassie! I have seen that place and wondered what it was really like. Too often “healthy” on a store sign doesn’t mean what I think it means LOL! Good to know of a place where it might actually be true :)

  4. Joyce says:

    Do you have a recipe or process that might help me do the same? I, too, am half Japanese and miss the natto I used to eat growing up. The problem for me are all the added chemicals and corn products including MSG that’s in all the frozen, store-bought natto where I live. My husband and I both have an allergy to corn. I’ve also heard that natto is good for heart health. Plus I also have an Instant Pot and am very interested in any help you could give. Thank you.

    1. David says:

      Hi Joyce,

      It’s nice to meet another half Japanese. :) Holly just typed up some directions on how we make nattō using our Instant Pot which you can see at

      As mentioned, it’s still a work in progress but I hope it works for you… good luck!

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