Kasu was the solid waste that was separated from the sake after the mash was finished fermenting. These solids were either discarded, preserved for “starting” the next year's mash, or sold as livestock feed. Some breweries would use it to make a type of pickles called tsukemono. [1]


  1. Book of Water, p. 122

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