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Kudamono + Yasai = Kudasai!

Friday, January 20, 2012

As I was getting ready to create my freggie tracker blog for the weekend challenge, I thought about something. Kudamono in Japanese is fruit, and yasai is vegetable. Well, if you merge them together like we merge fruit and veggie to make freggie, they can become kudasai, which means "please give me"! Pretty perfect, eh?

Friday:
Spinach, green pepper
Carrot, pumpkin, 2 mikan
Bacon (what?)
Eggplant

Saturday:
Apple, red pepper
2 mikan
Spinach
Blueberries
Banana, mushrooms

Sunday:
Strawberries x3
Carrot Pumpkin soup, mikan
Spinach, cafe veggies
Blueberries x2, mixed berries
Banana x3

Monday:
Strawberries x2, red pepper
Mikan x4
Spinach
Blueberries x 2
Banana x 1.5

Tuesday:
Strawberries x3
Mikan x2
Spinach, snow peas
Blueberries x3
Banana x1.5

Let it Snow: 49
Dress Your Snowman: 24
Rainbow Freggie Blizzard: 40
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  • DIVEGODDESS
    Kudasai o kudasai, lol (Give me feggies?) Omoshiroi!! Funny play on words!! I grew up bilingal and I speak 4 languages so I love playing with words like that!. I grew up in Japan. You are lucky they have some good yasai and kudamono there. My mom lives in Tokyo. Where are you in Japan?
    3282 days ago
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    Sounds delicious!
    3284 days ago
  • NANCY-GIRL
    What?? Bacon is a freggie??? emoticon
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    3284 days ago
  • NADJAZZ
    The title of your blog caught my eye, because I'm from Okianwa. Japanese is such a fun language! Good luck on the freggie challenge! You're already ahead of me...I've only got cantaloupe and spinach on my list today.
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    3284 days ago
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