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Re-challenge the oil squeezer!

Take out the camellia fruit
Roast the fruits and then steam
Squeeze with a mini jack
Peanut oil (left) and camellia oil (right)
 I squeezed the oil using the harvested and preserved peanuts and the collected camellia nuts.
 Remove from the shell, roast, steam and squeeze.This is the knowledge I gained online, but once I tried it with peanuts, it worked, so this time I added camellia nuts and narrowed it down.It's a very time-consuming task, but when I applied force with a mini jack and the oil dropped, I was moved and cheered.The amount of oil is small, but I'm satisfied!I was surprised that camellia had a lot more oil than peanuts.
 De Rot was squeezing peanut oil to spread somen, and was inspired by the curiosity of what it was like.I also have a little inquisitive mind that I want to devise a little more.There is a record that Mr. De Rota purchased an oil squeezer that cost XNUMX yen at that time.

It's snow!

Steam from the sea ...?
It's like a northern country
Medaka ...
It snowed more today.
Forgetting that it was cold, I took pictures and went around.The fog is rising from the sea like steam, which is also an interesting phenomenon.It was wonderful that the snow fluttered in the pink sky before the sun rose.

It's snow!

Unusual scenery here
The water wheel mill and the macaroni factory ...
Where is the killifish ...?
 happy New Year.
 It was a cold year-end and New Year holidays.
 It was even colder today and I had a little pile up at night.I took a picture of it, which is rare in this area facing south.The beautiful white color, the excitement of stepping on it, and the people in the area who are struggling with heavy snow are likely to scold me.Take a look at the snow in the rescue center.
 By the way, the harvest of buckwheat noodles this season was excellent.It was sold at the church, and the believers must have made Toshikoshi soba while deepening their feelings for De Rot.Mr. Hiu of Ferme de Sotokai entrusted the powder to the somen factory and it became a product.Above all, the two members of the secretariat tried to make soba noodles for the first time.Moreover, "XNUMX% buckwheat noodles".Soba making while watching the video on the net works surprisingly well, and the fragrant soba is finished and I am satisfied.The appearance is also connected properly.As always, I was so absorbed in making it that I forgot to take a picture and I have no evidence.
 Please come to Soba making at the end of this year.Let's hit it together!

Lively potato digging experience

Harvest sweet potatoes one after another
Did you burn the sweet potato?
Study about masonry
Udera volunteers are cutting buckwheat noodles!
 On Saturday, November 11st, the potato digging experience was held as scheduled.
 It's sunny despite the rain the day before!Thanks to the rain, the soil was soft and easy to dig, and although it was a little small, it seems that everyone who participated in digging up a lot of potatoes enjoyed it. 31 participants.Most of the parents and children were very lively, and I wanted to take the dug potatoes home, so I bought a lot.
 After receiving the baked sweet potatoes baked in the field, study about masonry in front of the stone workshop.I was instructed by the people of the Nagasaki City World Heritage Division. "Why did you build a house out of stone on such a mountain?" The city officials answer the question of the nursery school children well.When I presented two pictures of Mr. Do Ro, young and old, and asked "Which is Mr. De Rot?", The same kindergarten immediately answered "I don't look like", and there was a scene of laughter. did.
 At the same time, the volunteers cut buckwheat noodles.This year is a good harvest.

Support for typhoon damage by getting up and spilling!

De Rot and Sister Hashiguchi get up and spill
In the past days, "Agenda NAVE Nagasaki" donated a spill to support typhoon damage.
Yuka Nishioka's handwriting, which depicts De Rot's manga "Ai no Hito", is very nice and cute!
Limited to 10 pieces each, 3,000 yen per piece.After deducting the material cost, all support for typhoon disasters.
I am very grateful for your support, but I am deeply moved and grateful that there is such a wonderful form of support.
Sold at the rescue clinic!
By the way, the recovery of the damage is still untouched by both Ohira and the Rescue Center.Perhaps there is the difficulty of being a cultural property.
Former Shitsu Aid Center
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