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Yuzu kosho is a Japanese seasoning made from yuzu peel, green chili peppers, and salt. It is used as a condiment for grilled fish, sushi, and other dishes. This recipe originates from the Edo period in Japan, where it was created as a way to preserve yuzu peel and has now become widely used in Japanese cuisine. Yuzu kosho is used as a condiment or seasoning for dishes such as grilled fish, sushi, and noodles. It can also be used as a marinade or dipping sauce. It has a citrusy, salty, and slightly peppery flavor. It is also a bit spicy due to the chili peppers that are used in the recipe.

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