I like that you included weights in additional to volumetric measures. I wish more people would do that.
As for the pickled onions, that's a Yucatecan thing. I doubt there were many Japanese fishing boats in the Gulf of Mexico in the 1920s.
Good list. An addition I would suggest is Around the World Market, with two locations in Durham and Raleigh. This is where I go for all my Indo/Pak groceries. Awesome selection, fresh prodcuts from high turnover, and very good prices.
I love the lychee boba at Grand Asia Market. It's not a tea at all. I was able to relicate it by dumping canned lychee with its syrup in a blender, a little bit more sugar, and some ice and running the blender until a smoothie-like texture is achieved. I have tried making the bubbles at home with marginal success. Thanks for the tip on the triple boil/cool down method. Can't wait to make the bubbles and add it to the lychee smoothie. Damn things cost $4 at GAM!
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