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2008.06.08

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claytonian

I have totally eaten mountain strawberries before and wondered if I was going to die of poisoning for my curiosity, having not know what they were.

jo 戎嶋

Hi, I noticed in your flickr stream you are making umeshu, are you planning to do a post on how to make it, I'd love to have a go but I am completely clueless. !! :o)

Amy

Claytonian, glad you survived.

Jo, I am indeed, but probably not until tomorrow. I should have done it a bit earlier because the season for umeshu is nearly over, so if you want to do it you'll need to hurry!

Karen

Hey ya! Karen from NY. Your blog is fascinating. I grew up in Japan and work for a Japanese company now and think that I am strangely a weird gaijin. However, girlie you are amazing with all of your J-food. You are a fab okusama!

etsuko

I love yama ichigo! It's amazing you got these berries and herbs at your local park. I always wondered where you can find yama ichigo around here. Thanks!

Garon

Wow, such a variety of berries! They all look very fresh and delicious.

Amy

Thank you Karen!

Etsuko, I hope you can find some near you!

They were, Garon!

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