Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Otaku Eats [1]


So did I mention I have an extreme weakness to Hay Fever? Seasonal allergies around Spring-Summer, to be more precise. Shit sucks. Sneezing, coughing, runny nose.. constantly. To remedy this, one of my friends and his dad recommended me to build up my immunity by intaking / consuming 'bee pollen'. So I mapquest'd the location of the place that sold such a thing, and I happened to pick up some organic Sencha tea along the way. Man, I love tea so much. Here's a picture of bee pollen as well as the organic Sencha! They're both pretty expensive, imo, but worth it:

McCORMACK's Bee Pollen (local bee pollen from around here...)

Organic Sencha tea~

Inside of box was nicely wrapped and shit.
But yeah, so I then tried to mix the bee pollen (teaspoon-ish) along with the organic Sencha tea, and my result came in the color of 'piss'. Basically, I'm drinking something that tasted like POLLEN IN WATER and looks like PISS:

But I'm totally okay with this. It tasted wonderful, though a tad unusual. No, it's not piss. Anyways, then I ate some Bánh bèo (More info here!), and it was fucking delicious. Oh man! Pics below:



8 comments:

  1. Try eating natural local "grown" honey from your area instead.
    It's saved me dozens of times and has the same effect

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  2. Oh? Thanks for the help! I'll keep that in mind!!! =)

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  3. That cup of tea looks truly awful. It's a good thing it tasted better than it looks.

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  4. Did you know that honey is actually concentrated piss? :3

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  5. >Did you know that honey is actually concentrated piss? :3

    . . . . = A =

    :V!

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  6. Oh that's actually an amazing Idea, I never thought about consuming pollen to get grow tolerance to it. Now I have a good recommendation for people with hayfever, eat more honey.

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  7. >I think I would try it.

    Then you're a brave person, WOODLOUSE. Word.


    >Oh that's actually an amazing Idea, I never thought about consuming pollen to get grow tolerance to it. Now I have a good recommendation for people with hayfever, eat more honey.

    Yeah, I was surprised about 'honey' contributing to building up an immunity to Hay Fever. I actually was not aware of this. Though it really makes sense once I started thinking about it a little.

    Thanks for commenting, guys. You guys made me so happy, I could "uguu" all day and give you guys bro-hugs. <3

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