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Old 2012-07-21, 07:53   Link #1
Raghar
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A question about natto.

Is it wise to make natto with strawberry jam?

I read visual novel with this concept, so I wonder how nice these two were to theirs host. (Yes it was the same visual novel with "this tape would self destruct" followed by an explosion from the video recorder.)
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Old 2012-07-22, 01:20   Link #2
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I'm not sure what you're actually asking.

Are you planning on making natto yourself, as in actually fermenting the beans? Or are you simply asking if you can mix natto with jam?

There's nothing inherently bad about fermenting jam, if that's your concern, outside of the normal alarmist health concerns over bacterial growth and digestion.
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Old 2012-07-22, 01:32   Link #3
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How do you make natto with jam?
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Old 2012-07-22, 10:47   Link #4
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Or are you simply asking if you can mix natto with jam?
I should probably asked: Is it wise to serve natto with a strawberry jam, and how does it taste?

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How do you make natto with jam?
Open a box with natto, split it into several portions, apply a straberry jam on top of the natto.
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Old 2012-07-22, 10:48   Link #5
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Oh. I don't think the two would be mixed that well, but probably the sweetness of the jam might take away some of the stickiness that most newcomers dislike.
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