Sticky and Stinky, Fermented Soy Beans “Natto” is a Must for Japanese Breakfast

Now the season of Okra is ending. The okras in my garden have become taller than me, but many leaves have fallen. I can get only two or three okras a day. These days I am thinking about cut those okras and remove them from the field.

Okras should not be boiled long. It should be just one minute or so, very short time.

 

And then I sliced the boiled okras, and chopped green onions.

 

Here came “Natto” that is fermented soy beans. Japanese like to eat Natto in breakfast. I don’t think it is appropriate to mention bathroom things while talking about food and meal. But let me tell you. Natto is so stinky, if you eat it in your breakfast, you will smell it in your urine in the bathroom. Not just in the morning, it continues until noon.

 

Mixing natto with sliced okra and chopped green onion, I pored just a little bit of Soy sauce.

 

This is the main dish of my breakfast of the day. Usually there is omelet, but this particular morning, pork was there, because I cooked much pork in the previous night.

 

Okay, this is my breakfast on September 30, 2021.

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