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Big Broccoli

The day before yesterday(March 11th, 2020), I bought about 6kg various vegetables and fruits: cabbage, potatoes, onions, bean sprouts, carrots, apples, bananas and broccoli. well, that broccoli is very big size compared with the standard in Japan’s regular supermarkets. Please … Continue reading

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2 US Dollar “Bento”

Yesterday(March 11th 2020), I bought a pack pf ‘Bento’ at a supermarket. Bento (弁当, bentō) is a Japanese language vocabulary, is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal common in Japanese, Taiwanese, and Chinese cuisines and other Asian cultures where rice … Continue reading

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2020/02/12(TUE) Today’s Breakfast

I’ve bought a pack of ‘pre-cooked roast beef” at a supermarket on Feb 10th, I made a “Roast beef Don” by using this pack of roast beef. Other food materials for this were white onion, half-boiled egg and chopped green … Continue reading

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A Big Eggplant

On this December 20th, I bought a big eggplant for half price at a supermarket. I wanted to eat this at once for my dinner, but it was too big to fulfill my using tapper ware, therefore I cooked only … Continue reading

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2018/01/20(SAT) Bulgogi Dinner

We’ve got a package of meat for Bulgogi menu by 30% OFF price at a supermarket last night. This package includes Bugogi sauce also, therefore cooking is very easy, the requirement is only baking. We added soybeans sprout and green … Continue reading

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2018/01/13(SAT) Very Big Hamburg

In the night of January 10th, we bought a big hamburg at supermarket.The size of this hamburg is about 25cm, the weight is 852g, we could get this with 30% discount from the original price: 843JPY, means that our buying … Continue reading

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