making Umeboshi Part.2

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Dogwood (ハナミズキ)
It is said that the Dogwood's bark was used for dogs which had skin disease.

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a soccer field where my son played

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I had bought some perilla and I removed bigger leaves, which are used for Umeboshi.
On the other hand, I was going to use smaller leaves for perilla juice and dried seasoning powder.

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I washed the bigger leaves. And I put some salt into the leaves and rubbed together. I then squeezed them to drain liquid.
I keep them in a fridge.

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I washed the smaller leaves and boiled them with some water. I removed the leaves and I put some sugar, lemon juice, and vinegar into the water. I then boiled it again. Since the juice is dense, when you drink it you should add some water.
Don't throw away the leftover leaves.
( I had made this yellow cup mat before. )

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I put some salt into the leftover smaller leaves. I rubbed together and drained the liquid. I then put some vinegar into the leaves.
I dried them in the sun for a couple of days.

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I made them into powder.

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This is called Yukari, dried seasoning powder of perilla.
When I made some rice balls for lunch on my son's soccer day, I put some this powder into the rice.

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The plums I had made are under a thick telephone book now.
I was pleased to use the book, because I had never used telephone books recently.

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I will put the bigger leaves into them in a few days.









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Original Article:

Dogwood (ハナミズキ)
It is said that the Dogwood's bark was used for dogs which had skin disease.

a soccer field where my son played

I had bought some perilla and I removed bigger leaves, which are used for Umeboshi.
On the other hand, I was going to use smaller leaves for perilla juice and dried seasoning powder.

I washed the bigger leaves. And I put some salt into the leaves and rubbed together. I then squeezed them to drain liquid.
I keep them in a fridge.

I washed the smaller leaves and boiled them with some water. I removed the leaves and I put some sugar, lemon juice, and vinegar into the water. I then boiled it again. Since the juice is dense, when you drink it you should add some water.
Don't throw away the leftover leaves.
( I had made this yellow cup mat before. )

I put some salt into the leftover smaller leaves. I rubbed together and drained the liquid. I then put some vinegar into the leaves.
I dried them in the sun for a couple of days.

I made them into powder.

This is called Yukari, dried seasoning powder of perilla.
When I made some rice balls for lunch on my son's soccer day, I put some this powder into the rice.

The plums I had made are under a thick telephone book now.
I was pleased to use the book, because I had never used telephone books recently.

I will put the bigger leaves into them in a few days.

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Recommended Corrections:

Dogwood (ハナミズキ)

It is said that the Dogwood's bark was used for dogs which had a skin disease.

The soccer field where my son played.

I had bought some perilla, and I removed the bigger leaves and set them aside for use with the Umeboshi I am curing.
I used the smaller leaves to make perilla juice, and dried seasoning powder.

I washed and salted the bigger leaves, and rubbed them together. I then squeezed them to drain away any excess liquid.
I then put them in the fridge.

I washed the smaller leaves and boiled them in water. I removed the leaves and I put some sugar, lemon juice, and vinegar into the water. I then boiled them again. Since the resulting juice is concentrated, when you drink it, you should add some water.

Don't throw away the leftover leaves.
( I had made this yellow cup mat before. )

I put some salt onto the leftover smaller leaves. I rubbed them together and drained the excess liquid. I then soaked them in vinegar and dried them in the sun for a couple of days.

I made them into a powder.

This is called Yukari, a dried seasoning powder made from perilla.
When I made some rice balls for lunch on my son's soccer day, I put some of this powder onto the rice.

The plums I am in the process of making into Umeboshi, are under a thick telephone book now.
I was pleased to use the book because, until then, it had been many years since I had any use for one.

I will put the bigger leaves in with the Umeboshi in a few days.


Re: English Corrections

Hello, Shiroi Tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.

I was surprised that you added 'a' before 'powder'.
I've learned how to use 'cure'.

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