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Another Bee Under My Belt

Last Wednesday the working bee was a washout. Let’s face it, the whole country was drenched. I wondered about whether we could garden in the rain, was there something we could do? 573 more words

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First DETOX Basket is going out tomorrow...

Community Supported Herbalism

DETOX Spring Basket Program

Prepared by Amber Friedman

DETOX time. Springtime is known in the herbal kingdom as the time to DETOX.  If you listen to the plants, they are all inviting you in to eat bitter roots, strengthen up with nettles, cleanse for the new season. 488 more words

Amber Friedman

Sokan Spicy Burdock

I got hooked on to these Spicy Burdock snacks at New Year when a friend gave me some to try. I’ve since bought them a couple of times from Japan Center, they’re supposed to be beer snacks but I can eat these anytime! 197 more words

Snack Review

I Prefer It Simple, Not Overwhelming

I enjoy creative pursuits when I’m not teaching, particularly photography. While I can set up lights and lighting ratios, hire stylists, do location scouting, and the wrangle million intricate parts of a photoshoot into a manageable production, it can be overwhelming. 138 more words


Japanese dish, Burdock root recipe-Miso Stewed Tataki Gobo & Pork

It’s just a root. But this root can turn into many dishes. Good thing about this food is that it’s fully packed with fiber. Meaning eating this vegetable gives you bowel movements. 558 more words


Japanese Dishes, Gobo recipes, Bento Dishes-Kimpira Stir Fried Gobo&Beef

Gobo/burdock root should be also labeled as super food. Not only it contents lots of fibers, it also has lots of nutritious. Helps you prevent from high blood pressure, heart attack, diabetes. 386 more words


Japanese Dishes, Rice recipes-Chicken Takikomi Gohan

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Here’s another rice recipe I would like to share. Takikomi gohan is one of the common rice dishes being served in all year. 973 more words