Friday, May 23, 2008

 

HIjiki on a Hill



On a drive south of Toba, we stopped to take in the view from a promontory. There, we found a group of people carefully using part of a parking lot to dry hijiki seaweed.



They offered to give us some, but since we were traveling, it really didn't make any sense to accept any to cook. I guess once upon a time, seaweed would have been dried up on a hillside--a parking lot makes perfect sense in the modern world.


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