Renewable Design for Canned sardines in tomato sauce 425g to Montreal Importers
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For this recipe you will need:
✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ INGREDIENTS ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰ ✰
15 ml : 1 Tbsp Tomato Pure.
pn : Mixed Herbs
350 g : 12 oz Onion Peeled
500 g : 14 oz Chopped Canned
25 ml : 0,5 Tsp Sugar.
25 g : 1 oz Bread Crumbs.
200 g : 7 oz Canned Tuna Drained.
12 : Black Olives: Chopped.
350 g : 12 oz Potatoes Scrubbed
5 ml : 1 Tsp Sunflower Oil.
1 : Clove Garlic Crushed.
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I’ll show you the kind of stuff I buy at the supermarkets here in Japan. Learn about the products we buy here in Japan and see what they look like. Since I mostly shop at supermarkets and grocery stores I’ll be showing you the food products I buy from those places. There are also traditional food markets here in Japan as well. I don’t shop at those places as often, but if I do buy stuff from the traditional markets I will show that as well. Basically, since I have lived here in Kobe for a long time I know where to buy the cheapest of any product I want. Food is expensive here in Japan so knowing where to get what you want for a good price is imperative to saving money here in Japan. Today I bought instant rice, chocolate twist bread, peeled chestnuts, sweet potatoes
I picked up some more stuff after work tonight and I’m going to show you what I got here. Okay, I got these instant rice packs, and I just stick these in the microwave, heat it up for about 2 minutes and boom I’ve got some rice. There’s 3 to a pack. Each pack is 300 grams. And a three pack cost me 278 yen which is about three US dollars. Most Japanese families they cook their rice in a rice cooker and that’s also a good way to eat rice, but I don’t eat rice everyday and these is really convenient and helpful. And I got three packs of those.
Just picked up some like premade pastries here. This says choco nejinbo, which is like a chocolate screwdriver or something like that. But anyways it’s just like bread intertwined around chocolate, And this cost 168 yen, so a little under 2 US dollars.
I got this. I’ve never eaten this before and I’m a little skeptical. This says muki amaguri. I think that’s what it says. But basically sweet chestnuts. You can see this is what a chestnut looks like. I always smell them cooking, or roasting fresh chestnuts when I walk down the shotengai, these long arcades. The smell makes me sick so I’ve never eaten chestnuts before, but I thought what the heck I’ll just give it a try.
And finally I just picked up some satsumaimo. I think in English that’s sweet potato. Still haven’t quite figured out what the difference between sweet potatoes and yams are. I got like 3 of them here. These cost 298 yen, which is about 3 US dollars, 3 dollars and 20 cents in US currency. And these come from a prefecture, I actually cannot read the kanji, but yeah, these are obviously grown in the countryside in Japan. And that’s it.
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