Today's Just Bento...


Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

Postby osadczuk » Mar 10th, '08, 21:28

I love this site. But you beat me to the posting punch!
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Postby LavenderPekoe » Mar 11th, '08, 11:49

I love it too. I wish I had the forethought, time, and motivation to do the stuff on that site. It all looks so tasty and so good for you.
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Postby xine » Mar 11th, '08, 12:37

I just moved this to general Tea and Food, as Teachef is reserved for teachef.com recipes. This rice does look good though....gettin' hungry....

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Postby LavenderPekoe » Mar 11th, '08, 13:23

Sorry, Xine. I didn't see it way at the bottom there. :)
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Postby xine » Mar 11th, '08, 14:54

no worries!
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Postby hop_goblin » Mar 11th, '08, 17:49

Cool thanks for sharing!
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Postby MoGa » Mar 14th, '08, 10:35

I really like this site too - all the recipes I've tried from it have been excellent and the lady who runs it is thoughtful and considerate.

Thanks to Maki I found out about umekaka (I knew about ume boshi and okaka but never realised they could be combined). Reason this is relevant to this thread is that umekaka is a great way to make instant ochazuke when you don't have any salmon.

Some rice, hot green tea and a dollop of umekaka (I mix mine with a dribble of shoyu/soy sauce) makes a simple and satisfying pick-me-up in the evening.
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