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Instant Miso Soup and Sakura Blossoms Preserved.

One fine day, me and my friend C went to Greenhills. We were supposed to eat at Conti's but we just can't get a table. We then decided to move to Angel's Kitchen. Then while waiting for our food, we sneaked in at Konbini and I found these two interesting items.

Miso Soup. A sachet equates to a small bowl of soup. This is not the powdered type of soup. Its more like the miso (paste form) that you see in the market, except that it tastes better. Just add hot water. Seaweed strips are already included in the sachet.

Sakura Blossoms Preserved. I guess curiosity got me this time. Sakura refers to cherry blossoms. The cute pink flowers. However, cute doesn't mean its delish. SOUR. Super, super sour with just a hint of salt and sugar. I won't be getting this again.

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