fresh

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In Kunming, China, these wild mushrooms were just picked.
Yunan

In Cambodia we went to a cooking class. First we went to the markets to buy ingedients then cooked this delicious curry.
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I often eat wasabi paste, but was totally surprised one time in Tokyo to have it served fresh with a grater to prepare it at the table. Now that’s fresh!
Wasabi

scent

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MONGOLIAN WILD BLUBERRY JAM RECIPE

Pick loads of berries from around your campsite – mostly ripe blueberries, but also a few cranberries. Find an old pickle jar near the campsite and cram them in. Bring them back to your campfire. Pick out the leaves and stems. Chuck the whole lot in a pot. Mash them up a bit. Add 30 cubes of sugar. All those sugar cubes you brought along so you could share tea with the local nomads. Boil on a campfire until you smell the sweetness of the jam. Scoff as much as you can. Save the rest in a Nalgene bottle to eat on the trail, or to share with the families who invite you inside their yurts.
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