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The Ninja Diet of Feudal Japan

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Dried Lotus Seeds:
Coix Seeds:
Korean Ginseng Root:
Glutinous Rice Flour:

Rodanshu -
Nyri Bakkalian -
The Bensenshukai:
True Path of the Ninja:
The Secret Traditions of the Shinobi:

2 ⅓ cup (450g) raw sugar.
¼ teaspoon (1g) glutinous rice flour
¼ teaspoon (1g) non-glutinous rice flour
3 tablespoons (19g) cinnamon
A couple slices or (19g) yam
¼ cup (19g) dried lotus seeds
2 tablespoons (19g) coix seeds
An inch or (1g) Asian ginseng root

1. Crush all of the ingredients and mix together.
2. Line a steamer with parchment and add the mixture. Steam for 10 to 12 minutes or until the mixture has melted. Carefully remove the mixture and pour into a bowl.
3. Stir until the mixture is cool enough to handle, but don't let it cool so much that it becomes difficult to shape.
4. Shape the mixture into small balls then place them on parchment to fully cool and dry.

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Subtitles: Jose Mendoza | IG @worldagainstjose

Katayaki: Miyuki Meinaka, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Ishikari Lore by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

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