Daily life in the Capital. Part 6
Yes! The time steadily advanced!
Breakfast ➡ Field ➡ Grandpa Tom’s working shed ➡ Field (Harvesting) ➡ Explaining to Grandpa Tom ➡ Shower.
In the afternoon, lunch ➡ Field ➡ Kitchen ➡ Tea with Okaasama ➡ Kitchen ➡ Changing into a dress in my room for the dinner ➡ Bath ➡ Bed.
It went by fast~
Why? Today, I was working on identifying unknown trees in my secret field.
And then, I found that they were amazing trees, full of opportunities.
Yes, I got tired from happiness.
To make matters worse, there was a sugar beet field right next to Grandpa Tom’s working shed.
And so, I explained it together with the pumpkins and loofahs.
Various things happened and I had to shower off all the sweat.
I quickly finished lunch and went to harvest two sugar beets from the sugar beet field.
I tried hard making sugar out of the sugar beets in the kitchen…………… the first try was kind of a failure, while the second one was somewhat a success.
It seems that it will be usable as a new sweetener.
And, today’s greatest harvest!
Let me explain about the clarification of the mysterious tree!
According to Grandpa Tom there were three varieties of trees in the secret field. “Sho Trees” “Sou Trees” “Gara Trees”, furthermore the “Sho Trees” and “Gara trees” each have three varieties of their own!
But “Sou Trees” have apparently only one variety.
Now then, they are trees full of incredible opportunities…… they are trees of seasonings and soup I desperately needed (lol).
It was a soy sauce tree! It was like a large cherry tree that bore fruit all year round.
But, I was told that it’s a tree that grows by graft as its flowers didn’t bloom all year round.
Isn’t it mysterious? And so, when I broke the seeds, miso came out!
I have confirmed this in the reference book, they are trees which grow wild only at the coasts or near rock salt pits.
By the way, it’s three varieties are Dark – Brown – Beige. Dark is dark soy sauce (seeds are dark-brown miso), Brown is thin soy sauce (combined miso), and Beige is white soy sauce (white miso)! Yay!
It’s a tree with lychee-like fruits with slightly difficult to get into, hairy shells.
I was told that this is a tree whose flowers don’t bloom all year round, and has to be grown with grafting.
Speaking frankly, it was a sauce! It tasted like the Worcester sauce to me.
Yes, as you imagined!
It was Gara soup! Although t fruits were similar to coconuts, the tree was nothing like a palm tree so it left me feeling somewhat uncomfortable, but I felt like I must not mind it.
This also was a tree whose flowers didn’t bloom all year round and had to be grown with grafting.
It had Brown, Light brown and White variety, Brown was beef bones Gara Soup, Light brown was chicken bones Gara soup, and white was pork bones Gara soup.
My tension raised through the roof.
Thanks to that, I got carried away and did my best during the dinner (lol).