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Homemade Umeboshi (Japanese salt-preserved plums) Update: I've revised this, possibly the most popular umeboshi recipe in English online, to include some key troubleshooting notes.

Homemade Umeboshi (Japanese salt-preserved plums)

Originally published June 18, 2009. My mom has been making a batch of umeboshi every year since, and I've also added some more notes from her. My mother came for a visit this week, bringing along a pot of her homemade umeboshi. I asked her to tell me how she makes them; not only did she write it down for me, she even had pictures she'd taken of her attempts in the past couple of years! Shiso Garlic Soy Sauce ニンニク紫蘇醤油. Print RecipeJump To Recipe At times when I have limited ingredients in my fridge and I can’t think of anything new to cook, I go to this Japanese website called Cookpad.

Shiso Garlic Soy Sauce ニンニク紫蘇醤油

It’s the Japanese version of or My favorite flavored soy sauce, Shiso Garlic Soy Sauce, came from there. This original recipe created a huge sensation in Japan a couple years ago. This recipe has only 3 ingredients, but the combination of Shiso, garlic, and soy sauce was probably unheard of or not a common combination back then. I know Shiso is not a very common ingredient to find for most of my readers, but if you live close to a Japanese market I hope you try this distinct and unique herb.

Don’t want to miss a recipe? Shiso Garlic Soy Sauce Author: Namiko Chen Serves: 1 jar/container Ingredients 10 Shiso leaves, rinsed and pat dry3 cloves garlic, thinly sliced4 Tbsp. soy sauce (or until it covers otheringredients) Alchemologie: Cocktail Lab, Summer 2011. Every season has inspired me to make new vodka flavors.

alchemologie: Cocktail Lab, Summer 2011

Summertime has it's bonus of fresh herbs straight from my garden. As I weed, water and muse over my plot I start to imagine the frothy cocktails being shaken up from these freshly macerated liquors. Once I have a few flavors to play with I gather up some possible mixers to go along. Lemons, limes, tonic and club soda are a must as well as a long lingering look at the juice selection at my food coop and local grocery store. Once I have everything assembled I invite my fellow cocktail lovers over for another round of Cocktail Lab.

After feeling like I'd used all of the best ideas for flavors in last summers extravaganza I stumbled upon some overlooked plants in my community garden. 43 Things To Do With Fresh Shiso. When Maxence and I went to Japan last year, one of the items I was determined to hunt down and bring back was a bag of shiso seeds to grow my own.

43 Things To Do With Fresh Shiso

Shiso (pronounced “she-so”) is the Japanese name for an annual herb called Perilla, which belongs to the mint family. Other aliases include beefsteak plant (which makes little sense, if you ask me) or Japanese basil. It is used in quite a few Asian cuisines, but the shiso recipes I’ve encountered have mostly been for Japanese dishes. Shiso comes in green or purple leaves with a slightly prickly texture and pointy, jagged edges, and it has a unique and vibrant taste that I could describe as herbaceous and citrusy. Like most leafy herbs, I find it is best used raw, the leaves whole or chiffonaded.

The green variety produces more tender and more flavorful leaves than the purple variety, but the latter makes up for that with a potent dyeing action: it is what gives umeboshi its color. Pairings For Shiso Recipes. Quick Cucumber and Shiso Pickles Recipe on Food52. Cooking is more fun with friends.

Quick Cucumber and Shiso Pickles Recipe on Food52

Find your friends who are already on Food52, and invite others who aren't to join. Let's GoLearn more Join Our Community. 英語版商品カタログ. SeedQuest - White Pages. Germination of Astragalus hamosus and Medicago orbicularis as affected by seed-coat dormancy breaking techniques. Short communication a CNR-Istituto per i Sistemi Agricoli e Forestali (ISAFOM), Unità Organizzativa di Supporto di Catania, Via Valdisavoia 5, 95123 Catania, Italyb Dipartimento di Scienze Agronomiche, Agrochimiche e delle Produzioni Animali (DACPA), Sezione Scienze Agronomiche, Via Valdisavoia 5, 95123 Catania, Italy Received 18 November 2005, Revised 18 November 2005, Accepted 20 February 2006, Available online 31 March 2006 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access.

Germination of Astragalus hamosus and Medicago orbicularis as affected by seed-coat dormancy breaking techniques

Admin-A-10-1-45-0188063.pdf. Overcoming-seed-dormancy-trees-and-shrubs.pdf. ABR-vol2-iss5/ABR-2011-2-5-400-406.pdf. Effect of sulfuric acid pretreatment on breaking hard seed dorman...: ingentaconnect. Abstract: Many Vigna species are important in agriculture, but a high content of hard seeds usually present which create the difficulties in seed testing and sowing.

Effect of sulfuric acid pretreatment on breaking hard seed dorman...: ingentaconnect

The effectiveness of the pretreatment periods (0, 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15 min.) for breaking dormancy of hard seeds using concentrated sulfuric acid was investigated for 18 seed lots of 14 accessions of 5 wild Vigna species (V. membranacea, V. oblongifolia, V. racemosa, V. schimperi and V. vexillata). Most pretreatments significantly (P < 0.05) reduced hard seed content and improved germination percentage and germination rate when compared to untreated seeds. Effectiveness of the pretreatment improved as the pretreatment period increased from 3 to 15 min for all samples. The 15 min pretreatment reduced hard seed from 53 to 2% and increased germination from 36% to 85% on average for all samples. Document Type: Research Article DOI: Publication date: October 1, 2007. Perilla Red - OSC Seeds. Study on Seed Germination Testing Standardization of Perilla frutescens (L.) Britt.

Obligatory short-day plant, Perilla frutescens var. crispa can flower in response to low-intensity light stress under long-day conditions - Wada - 2009 - Physiologia Plantarum. 20113202028. Abstract Evaluation on the growth, development, yield potential and seed quality of perilla (Perilla frutescens) and camelina (Camelina sativa), results showed that growth and development of perilla performed 6 stages included sowing-emergence, primary leaf, beginning bloom, full bloom, beginning seed and maturity, respectively.


Harveting maturity of perilla was 118 days after sowing date. The growth and development of camelina performed 7 stages included sowing-emergence, primary leaf, beginning bloom, beginning pods, full bloom, full pods and maturity, respectively. Harvesting maturity of camelina was 79 days after sowing date. The grain yield per rai of these two crops were not significant difference, camelina gave 202.39 kg/rai compared to perilla which yielded 192.59 kg/rai (1,600 m2). You are viewing sample pages from CABI's life sciences databases on CAB Direct. To learn more about our products please visit our website.Please recommend this service to your librarian. JP9302525. 20013009247. Abstract Seed dormancy of the Japanese oil crop perilla (Perilla frutescens var. frutescens) was investigated.


Germination rates of the crop at one month after harvest were high and no seed dormancy was observed. Seed longevity of perilla was monitored using accelerated aging treatment with 5°C, 15°C, 25°C and 35°C temperature conditions. Perilla seeds, which were stored with low seed moisture content under low temperature conditions, have a high longevity.

The seeds can be stored at least for one year and half at room temperature. You are viewing sample pages from CABI's life sciences databases on CAB Direct. To learn more about our products please visit our website.Please recommend this service to your librarian. To search over 9 million abstracts like this from 1910 onwards please purchase access. Buy Instant Access » Proceedings_Gilb_final_completo. Proceedings_Gilb_final_completo. Germination rates of perilla (Perilla frutescens (L.) Britton) mericarps stored at 4°C for 1–20 years. 11263504.2011.627386# Salt stress is one of the major environmental factors limiting crop growth and yield. 11263504.2011.627386#