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Kudzu as food

 
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I just got back from my 50th birthday dinner, my wife took me to a Japanese Kaiseki restaurant  here in Toronto, we had a tasting menu with a flight of sake, amazing. For dessert there was a sweet kudzu pudding, tasty. it was made with powdered kudzu root. Apparently a popular and expensive ingredient  in Japan.Who knew? so There is a market for the stuff, just thought i'd throw it out here for our southern  members. cheers
 
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