I'm very interested in trying umeboshi, but the last time I went to a large Asian market to buy some, there were dozens of different varieties...and all of them described in Japanese, which I do not read. Can someone point out a good brand or type to try? Some I saw were dry packed, others were sitting in liquid. Some looked firm and wrinkly and others were plump and looked soft. I'm just so confused.
Is there one in particular that's just very popular and/or a good choice for an umeboshi newbie?
Also, how does one eat umeboshi? I know that it's traditional to place one in the middle of your rice, but do you take bites of it with rice, eat it in one bite, or do you mash and mix it into the rice?
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