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  • Hey, guys, how's it going?

  • My name is Michaela.

  • And has this ever happened to you?

  • Didn't Theo Train rides are so much fun.

  • It smells like fish in here.

  • It's no secret that Japan is big on seafood, but you could find squid everywhere.

  • In Canada, you might see the occasional calamari, but in Japan's good could be served raw in sushi and sashimi, battered and fried in 10 put up or even stuffed with rice and served as a meal all on its own.

  • The most common place that I've seen squid is at the convenience store.

  • All of these squid snacks are available at 7 11 I think it goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway.

  • Where I'm from.

  • In Canada, we definitely do not have varieties of squid snacks that are 7 11 Personally, I've always been really amazed at how many different varieties of squid you confined at the convenience store.

  • Preserved squid legs donate if you're allergic to squid.

  • My personal favorite, Sachiko, which is just shredded dry squid.

  • I like this one because it's really sweet and really chewy.

  • Sooner Maybe this one is the entire squid not even come up Geo I can't even.

  • I think the only way to eat this is to chew it constantly.

  • Here we have pseudo ashy, which is just the legs who you can see.

  • They still have the little suction cups on another.

  • One of my personal favorites is a tutti.

  • Make this one's cut into little thin slices.

  • So it's what you don't see, do you?

  • Don't care.

  • Go, come on.

  • I don't on tradition, but I like eating these because it makes me move my mouth a lot.

  • My job.

  • And then maybe my face will get smaller.

  • I don't know.

  • It's a dream I have.

  • Actually, you might even be surprised to know eating squid has a ton of health benefits.

  • First of all, squid is full of copper, which helps the body absorb and utilize iron so it's good for your blood.

  • It's also a great source of protein, which means it's great for your hair, your nails and your skin, just like fish and shrimp and other types of seafood.

  • Squid is also rich in phosphorus, which helps build your bones and your teeth.

  • Basically, what I'm saying is that squid is actually really, really healthy, and maybe you should be eating it.

  • So the next time you're on a train in the person in front of you or the person behind you is eating squint.

  • And you're like, Oh, man, you smell like fish.

  • Just remember, he may smell like fish, but maybe he has great hair, great skin and great teeth and great nails and good blood absorption.

  • And maybe he's just smarter than all of us.

  • So that's it for this week.

  • I've been really busy.

  • I have to go.

  • I have to get on a plane to Tokyo 30 minutes, so I better get out of my pajamas.

  • Um, I'll see you next Monday, guys.

  • Bye.

  • Hi.

  • Could you attach mediocre?

  • You wanted to go on in this yard?

  • I'm sorry.

  • It seems like I just like men more on.

  • I mean, who doesn't?

  • I like men.

Hey, guys, how's it going?

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B1 squid fish eating convenience store great seafood

Seven Eleven Squid Snacks 日本の大好物、イカ。

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/24
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