Sake Kasu - Sake Lees
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Sake kasu, or kasu is a byproduct of Japanese sake making. It varies in firmness, depending on the methods of pressing sake. Sake kasu is used in Japanese cooking, such as marinade, soup, and drinks. It contains some alcohol.
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