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[Apr. 9th, 2006|10:27 pm]
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We made Inui juice! Based on these translations of the recipes (which really we had no problem with, cuz ... it's just some stuff and you can hear what he's sayin in the song)

Inui's Vegetable Juice
- 1/2 Green Pepper
-50g of Cabbage
-50g of Spinach
-50g Chinese Cabbage
-30g Parsley
-2~3(leaves) "green parilla"... we dunno what this is so we used one giant sorrel leaf.
- 1 tablespoon of Lemon+1 cup of water
-1 tablespoon of honey+1 cup of water
-10g ginger
-50cc water

That is the green one.

Penal Tea
-1/2 Tomato
-1/2 Red Pepper
-1/2 Carrot
-1/2 apple
-1/2 banana
-1 Table spoon Tabasco sauce + 1 cup of Water
-1/2 Big Garlic
- 1 shichimi togarashi(A type of sweet pepper) We just used a random sweet pepper because... we did.
-1 Table spoon of Soybean flour (we actually left this out, cuz it doesn't add to the flavor just to the texture)
- 50cc Water (we left this out, too, cuz the last one was watery)

Here's Inui juice version 1 (from the ingredients listed in the song). It was OK, but ... kinda bland. Too watery.

Holy crap, this is the most beautiful pepper I've EVAR SEEN. And... I ATE IT. Here we are preparing Penal-tea. (aka hyper remix)

Here.. there's the original, and the "remix". The penal-tea is actually REALLY REALLY REALLY G00D. That blender doesn't make things into actual juice, tho, so it's full of bits... but it's REALLY REALLY GOOD.

D00d it was so good, but full of ... bits, so we deicded it would make a really good pasta sauce. And we were right! But we didn't add salt and so it was somewhat bland. Even with the shitload of garlic and the tabasco. So, there, if you wanna make penal-tea sauce, add olive oil and salt... and you can probably leave out the banana and the apple, those didn't contribute in any way to the flavor.

I'm not insanedrop trou!