Saturday, April 25, 2009

I ate the young leave of the persimmon

I ate the young leave of the persimmon
Friday, April 24, 2009

 At past 18:00, I pruned the persimmon (japanese persimon, kaki, Diospyros kaki Thunb) outside the window of the home bathroom yesterday. A lot of verdure grew to the branch of the persimmon.

 I cut the young leave of the persimmon out of a pruning branch by hand. I intended to fried and eat the young leave of the persimmon. There were around 100 pieces young leaves of the persimmon and gathered around 20 pieces of those. I soaked the remainder in the water of the bucket in front of the entrance.

 I gathered the leaf of the Erigeron philadelphicus and the leaf of the hawk's-beard around 20 pieces more in front of a gateway for a host.

 I want to go to pick up a rape, but cannot be busy with correspondence to the Ogawa's riot.

 But I can gather me so as not to be able to eat wild grass growing in the home garden.

 I fried them all and ate last night. It is the first time that I ate the leaf of the persimmon. I am bitter. But it is not bad.

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