This blog is written by author Sachiko who is not a native speaker of English, so it may be hard to read. It is translated from the summary of Japanese page; http://akitaodatelifejp.hatenablog.com/

“Fuki-miso”, cut butterbur scapes together with soybean paste

Japanese butterbur scape is the prefecture flower of Akita.

They grow on fields and mountains, riversides, country roads, or often in main roads side.

I cooked Fuki-miso paste that is good as a nibble for sake or a topping on rice.

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