The Weakest Tamer Trash Picking Journey Begins - Chapter 116
The branches were slightly bent by the weight of the fruits, so I was able to pick one just by reaching for it.
When I smelled them, they smelled sweet and delicious.
I took a bite and spat it out.
It was sweet, but extremely astringent.
It seems that I can’t eat them as is.
I wonder if the astringent fruit can be removed by drying to make it edible.
I can’t remember the details on how to do it, though.
No matter, I’ll just give up this time.
There are quite a few fruit trees in the vicinity that are still bearing fruit, and I think I’ll just harvest the fruit that I can eat right away.
I climbed up the trees that were bearing fruit and harvested them into my magic bag.
After a while, the magic bag was full.
“Whew – I’m done. Okay, let’s eat, Sora, sorry I’m late.”
Harvesting was fun and took a bit of time.
We climbed down from the tree and moved to a spot where the sun was shading us.
I take the potions out of Sora’s bag and lay them out.
Sora happily shuffles through it and absorbs it.
Ciel lies down near Sora and relaxes.
Come to think of it, I haven’t brought any food for Ciel.
Should I have brought some meat?
I wondered how much she would eat.
“Ciel, I’m sorry. I didn’t bring any food…”
Ciel glances at me, purrs, and closes her eyes.
Does that mean she doesn’t want it now?
Besides, it’s hard to prepare Ciel’s portion.
…I’ll leave it to Ciel herself.
I took a bite of the Donac I had bought out of my bag.
It’s soft, sweet, and moist.
This is delicious.
It is not as hard as the black bread, nor as fluffy as the white bread.
It is like a snack that is very satisfying.
It was the right choice.
“Whew, that was delicious.”
After finishing the five donuts, I’m quite full.
That was just the right amount.
I’ll choose the next time I buy some Donac if there are any.
I drink water from a bamboo tube to catch my breath.
Well, I guess it’s time to get my memory in order.
First, I think that herbs and cooking methods will be a problem when it comes to dealing with people.
It’s not like I will be fighting with an organization.
I mean, it would be a problem if there were any that I had to deal with!
Besides, next time I can use the phrase “I had a similar experience and learned from it”.
I am sure I have learned a lot from listening to Seizerk-san and Captain-san.
However, herbs and cooking methods are so much a part of everyday life that it is easy to make mistakes.
I try to say “medicinal herbs,” but sometimes I still use the word “herbs”.
I guess I have to be careful about this as well.
The rest is how to cook them.
I never noticed this until someone actually told me about it.
I never noticed how to put cheese on top or how to stew toma until I was told.
I don’t remember learning how to cook from the time I was born until now….
Could it be that all of this is just my memory from my previous life?
I’d better think of an excuse first.
I can’t use the “I learned from my parents” excuse.
It’s also impossible to say that this way of cooking is the mainstream in the village.
People in that village have fled to other villages, and it’s hard to make excuses when they find out.
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