Kinako

Kinako

, also known as soybean flour, is a product commonly used in Japanese cuisine. In order to create the soybean flour, soybeans are toasted and ground into powder. Its flavor is commonly compared to that of peanut butter.

Kinako, being comprised of soybeans, is a healthy topping and flavoring which contains B vitamins and protein.

It is also the name for a vacuum.

Cultural references

Kinako is a popular name for pets. Some famous Kinakos are:

Kinako the Police Dog

Kinako the Shiba Inu

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