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Hello ! Is this all that you eat for breakfast ? You don't eat cereals (rice, bread or flakes ?) ? I would be hungry by the lunch meal...And another thing : I can notice you nearly never eat deserts... Is this because you don't tell it on this website or you actually never end meals with a sweet dish ?Anyway, your peach really seems delicious !Hélène
Aloha! I'm just wondering if you could get nectarine in Japan?
There are lots of interesting questions about your eating histroy. It makes me a lot of fun!It is quite difficutl to explain correctly to foreign people but we have to. Anyway, keep on doing and make other country people convince that Japanese food is rally good for health and wonderful taste!
Dear Helene,Hi, ah, I see. I used to eat lot more, but I am still on weight loss project. So far, I succeeded to loose about 4 - 5 kilograms. It feels much better, my body is lighter and healthier. So, I am trying to eat mostly fruits for breakfast. At lunch, lately I try to have early lunch. You are right, I feel hungry before proper lunch time ! Alwayseating.
Daer Mammoth,Ah, we have nectarines, but I don't find them that often at super markets. Do you often eat them ? We also have plums and soldams ( my spelling might be wrong) at stores right now. They seem to be same family of nectarine.Alwayseating.
Dear Anonymous,Thanks for encouraging me. My explanation is probably not good enough, but I am trying ! Hope it helps people to understand Japanese culture and lifestyle !Alwayseating.
Ello alwayseating,Somehow I prefer nectarine as compared to peach. I bought a lot during summer in Australia. Last summer, I carried 7kg of nectarine back to Malaysia for my family. haha.. I think I am a bit crazy. Did you try Kangaroo meat when you came to Australia?Mammoth
Dear Mammoth,It must taste really good. I should try Australian nectarines someday.Cangaroo, no I have only ate dried seasoned ones. I'd like to try them at restaurants next time !Alwayseating.
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