To peel or not to peel..?
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It’s getting colder recently. I am not good at handling cold weather, but I like the feeling to breathe in the cold air.
Along the road, there are farm fields that go well. I would often view it on the road, and am happy to see that Hotokenoza is growing tall and healthy.
I wonder if the organic fertilizer contains some kinds of nutrients to grow the plants up so well?! In any case, it makes me happy.
In the fields of my house, the radish is growing amazingly. Even I am thinning it out every week, I can’t finish it all if I don’t consume it fast enough.
By the way, it becomes common to cook most of the vegetables without peeling. So, I am startled when I watch some cooking programs on TV occasionally. “Huh, oh, is it peeling?!”
Japanese Radish -> I don't peel
Carrots -> I don't peel
Potato -> I don't peel
Burdock Root -> I don't peel
Ginger -> I don't peel
Taro -> I peel
Yam -> I peel
Onion -> I peel…..
My routine is like this for the moment.
This is the book I read this week: “I want to be a hunter!” by Mr. Kitao Toro.
The author shared his experience about not being able to go hunting or to get prey right away even he got his hunting license. And it is written from a beginner’s point of view with trial and error….. I feel an affinity with that.
Well, we decided to have the WORLD ORDER year-end party after all.
I know it is a short notice and everyone is busy at the end of the year. I think it may be difficult to adjust your schedule for this party.
But no matter what, let’s all get excited and conclude the year together!!!
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Kindly Translated by: Flo C (Thanks a lot!)