What can I substitute for white miso paste?

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What can I substitute for white miso paste? I am gluten free and it is not. So many of the great recipes in Dr. Gregory’s new book contain miso. Help anyone?

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FYI, the other colors of Miso are just stronger/more concentrated than white. I have red in my fridge so I use that but a little less than is called for and it’s been great!

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Also be careful what Miso product you buy. Some have salt/sodium content that’s skyrocketed.

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Miso gives a salty taste, so maybe try Benson’s Table Tasty and/or white beans and some white vinegar? Good luck!

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That’s weird, miso should only have rice koji and beans in it.

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You can find gluten free miso. “Miso, a Japanese condiment, is a fermented paste made from beans and grain. The beans used include soybeans, chickpeas, and adzuki beans, all of which are gluten free. Grains used include rice, millet, amaranth and quinoa, which are gluten free and wheat, barley and rye, which are not.”

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