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Tuesday, March 30, 2010, 7:18pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

Kyosha Nim
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I just had some sushi, made by Amber, determined to get us eating seaweed, wonderful, a couple of questions.

Soya sauce - I used a little wheat free stuff - is there an alternative without soya lol.

rice vinegar is not listed anywhere on the site that I can find - any thoughts - again I just used a little and it's a once in a year thing.


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John

I don't know about any soya sauce without soy in it , but if you do find some please let me know.

I've often wondered about rice vinegar myself.  My Swami says vinegar (all types) are an avoid so I've gone with it as being a no-no.  Although, Umeboshi Plum vinegar is a diamond superfood for me (not sure whether it would be for you thoug) which is a good substitute for sushi making.  I get mine from here http://www.goodnessdirect.co.u.....asoning___150ml.html or here http://www.naturallygoodfood.co.uk/Condiments/Ume_Su_Plum_Vinegar_150ml

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well! if I’m a gatherer it is a diamond food i think, but still not convinced I am actually a Gatherer. at best a gatherer with latent hunter/ explorer issues.

I'll order that vinegar and see what's it's like never heard of it before. cheers Kin76

I noticed your from London, I was born in Purley and went to school there for a few years.


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Yep, I most certainly do live in the capital - actually, Bow (on Regents Canal) to be precise.  I moved to the UK nearly 11 years ago now.  Originally though I'm from the sunnier climes of Brisbane, Australia - where our illustrious and marvellous Symbi now resides.

I hope the vinegar works out well for you and congratulations on your Swami confirmed (albeit preliminary) Gatherer status !

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By the way I got theatClearspring Japanese ume plum seasoning in Sainsbury's in Holywood, Northern Ireland. £2 something but no postage etc.



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Hey, that's brilliant - I'm gonna check it out next time I go to the supermarket!  Have you tried it?


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not yet Amber is preparing som efor the adults at Emily's party on saturday so i'll let you know - by the way it's in the speciality section, usually close to all the oils,


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Cool, I'll check it out.  I think I looked for it way back when sometime and, when they didn't have it, didn't check on subsequent visits.  Will do so now though - thanks!


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