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Some samples from Uwajimaya.
2 tofu inari
some fresh snap peas
Tea
Tamale pork
Churros 2


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Food for week:

Breakfasts: Cherry loaf! In fridge.

Lunch:
Monday: Indian, and rest of Chicken stuff from Friday.
Tues: Indian.
Wed: Indian and/or soup.
Thurs: soup and crackers. Bring a small sandwich for dinner
Fri: soup and crackers.

Dinner:
Mon: Chicken and rice and veggies. Breakdown rest of chicken, and put in freezer.
Tues - Fri: Chicken or Pork on rice, veggies.
Thurs:
Breaky: sandwich. Bring yogurt for snack.
Lunch: Buy more Indian, perhaps a nice veggie dosa. I had soup.
dinner: You'll be in class, bring the two sandwiches you have in the fridge at work.

Fri:
Brekky: sandwich. I have a danish I got yesterday from Fuel. It's on the desk.
Lunch: Leftover Indian. I have chicken and rice in the fridge from home.
Dinner: Chicken with rice. With Mexican veggies.

Weekend cooking: make corn tortillas and buy refried beans; then have that with the chicken for meals. 

Next Tuesday: Break down the chicken and keep the meat and bones. Cook the meat into a nice taco filling or something. Make stock from the bones eventually.

Borknagar

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Borknagar
Background information
Origin Flag of Norway Bergen, Norway
Genre(s) Black metal
Progressive metal
Viking metal
Folk metal
Years active 1995 - present
Label(s) Malicious Records
Century Media
Website borknagar.com

Borknagar is a progressive metal band from Bergen, Norway founded in 1995 by Øystein Garnes Brun. The band's style combines folk metal and black metal with progressive and melodic elements. Borknagar's lyrics often deal with philosophy, paganism, nature, and the cosmos. The name Borknagar is an anagram of "Ragnarök", with a B thrown in to make it pronounceable (however, Øystein Brun stated once that the name was inspired by a Scottish legend about a man who climbed Lochnagar, a mountain in Scotland).

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D'Affanois Brie - cow. From France.

Me: I tried this a couple of weeks ago; the overwhelming memory is that of strongly burnt butter. Oddly, only a hint of sour. But still unpleasant. I remember the 'burnt' taste being the overwhelming thing. Probably be more sour if it hadn't tasted like the end result of a flamethrower hitting a bottle of milk.

Don: Milder than cheddar.

Bitter: 0
Salty: 3
Sour: 3
Sweet: 1
Umami: 2

Carrie: (Many groaning sounds were made) "It tastes like veal baby food - you know, the Gerber's stuff!" It's actually one of the milder cheeses she's had.

Bitter: 0
Salty: 4
Sour: 1
Sweet: 4
Umami: 1

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Tillamook extra sharp cheddar

Me: Sour, but a mild sour. But still. Sour. The sourness grew, and I wanted to scrape off my tongue afterwards.

Don: It's cheddar, creamy.
Bitter: 0
Salty: 2
Sour: 1
Sweet: 2
Umami: 4

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