It’s hot; I felt lazy to cook tonight.
My friends gave me these canned and frozen food.
These are pratha (Malaysian product, nice and butterly), Thai Green Curry (surprisingly this is a made in Japan product) and chili tuna (Malaysian products, interestingly tuna fish is spicy).
I was lacking vegetable fibers so I thought I should add a seaweed miso soup.
I bought this package at Kamaishi, Iwate which contains dried wakame and tororo seaweed, shrimp, etc.
With this, I don’t need to cook stock; I cook these with hot water and add miso paste.
I also bought this miso paste at Shin Hanamaki, Iwate.
One of major industries for Iwate prefecture is agriculture.
I enjoyed their fresh seafood, meat products, dairy products and vegetables while traveling there last May.
The area was hit by the Great Eastern Earthquake and Kamaishi area was wiped off by Tsunami on 11 March 2011; but Iwate people are kind and tough.
I received their warm smiles and hospitality.
I buy their products to support them.