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Tonaki Foods March 16, 2010

Posted by Elisa Hough in Food and Drink.
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We had some of the best traditional Okinawan food on Tonaki Island:

Clockwise from top left: Okinawa turmeric tea, vegetable tempura, papaya and glass noodle salad, peach, cabbage, apple slice peeled to look like a rabbit, pork, roasted pumpkin, ton of o-gohan, pickled salad thing.

The cutest banana I’ve ever seen.

Soy sauce-marinated raw tuna (the kind they make Bonito Flakes from), pickled veggie, Okinawa soba with fatty pork slabs, asa seaweed (we watched people scrape this off rocks on the beach), green onions and fishcakes, o-gohan.

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