This is what I found just before I was thinking about that. The vegetable purees "Carrot Toromi" and "32 Kinds of Vegetable Toromi" recommended by the Japan Vegetable Sommelier Association!
Anything can be drunk as a healthy "vegetable juice" containing carotene and dietary fiber, and it is also a sugremono that can be used as a "seasoning" in addition to cooking. Hmmm, I'm curious.
When you open it in a glass, both are very rich! You can visually see that the vegetables are concentrated tightly.
I tried a little bit to see what it tasted like.
"Carrot Toromi" is very fresh as if you were just drinking the grated carrots! You can feel the crushed fibers firmly. But no bitterness! Lemon juice is added and it has a refreshing acidity. Easy to drink!
On the other hand, "32 kinds of vegetable toromi" is richer than carrots and is more like a sauce than juice. The tomato base is accented with the taste of green vegetables such as onions and celery. It will be delicious if you match it with pasta!
Neither of them seems to contain any fragrances, colorings or preservatives, and I like the fact that they taste like vegetables.
By the way, if you drink it as vegetable juice, it is quite rich as it is (because it is puree!), So it seems better to dilute it with water or fruit juice. We also recommend adding oranges and grapefruits!
If you think you're running out of vegetables lately, give it a try. You can purchase two "Toromi" purees at Kirin's online shop "DRINX" from a pack of three for 1,000 yen (shipping fee not included).