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forestlily

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Hello, it's very nice to meet you. I am Yakuzen/Medicinal food adviser & Gerontologist. My policy is not only eating but cherishing anything edible. About My Blog:   "A Spoonful of Remedy" is dedicated to food and food-related curiosities from a medicinal food... Full Bio
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Stroll in Fussen, Germany 3 by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Fussen was attractive little town, nestled just under valuable nature of beautiful rivers and great mountains. Besides these touristic attraction, I liked i ... Read on »
Repaired Small Bowl by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine This small bowl was my friend's and she asked me to repair small chip on the top followed by the quite long crack on the side.    I made the alternati ... Read on »
Updated Blog Title by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine Just a brief note. I have changed my blog's title from " A Spoonful of Remedy" to "remedial spoon". The main reason why I decided to change the title is that I wanted to ... Read on »
Repaired Coffee Pot in Spring by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine 修理したコーヒーポットは、これまた直して再生したアンティークのお盆に乗せて。春の名物、桜餅と草餅と一緒にいただきま~す。黄色いお花はフリージア。 Read on »
Fluffy Cotton Picking by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine  air includes the smell of flowers. The flower arrangement for welcoming the new year was dried by now, of course. But I was secretly so excited to do something I wou ... Read on »
Wishing You Happy New Year! by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine May this new year brings you countless smiles and happiness. On the new year's day in 2013, I appreciate all of the people who I have met in the past years, the peo ... Read on »
Stroll in November, Treasure from Antique Market by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine    I happily carried this huge and heavy basin (90cm diameter) by train. And I bought these three old bowls having tiny cracks on sides, which I will repair them late ... Read on »
Zenzai: Japanese Sweetened Adzuki Beans Dessert Soup by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I admit that I had neglected this space (again) for a while and am trying to find good excuses why I did so. But I can't find any except one convenient and fascinating ... Read on »
Remedial Tool for Restoration by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I bet most of you have experience that you break favorite coffee mugs, tea cups, dinner plates or any breakable things you adore. As my previous post  mentioned, I do ... Read on »
Reminiscence Through Blogs by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine My few years (almost 10 years) of the life up to today were spent in abroad. San Francisco, the Bay Area, California, is a sweet sweet place where I should call my second ho ... Read on »
Stroll in August, Noh Exhibition by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine In the middle of August, my new friend in Kyoto took me to the special exhibition held at the Museum of Kyoto after the class I am taking related to this post . This exhi ... Read on »
Savory Summer Eggplants by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine As a person who always thinks how to survive the real summer with notorious humidity and high temperature, some colorful summer vegetables/fruits are such a therapy to m ... Read on »
Eco-Friendly Reusables by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I adore old stuff, more fancy way to say, antique. I adore things around me that keeps supporting my life. These things come with memories every time I look at or use ... Read on »
Letters of Note by forestlily Posted in: Blog Posts in Complementary & Alternative Medicine I have been reading Shaun's blog, "Letter of Note" . I don't think his blog shouldn't be called a blog because the way he puts the collections of all sorts of letters from a ... Read on »