Kombu (seaweed) is one of the ingredients often used in Japanese cuisine to make soup or hot pot to add freshness.
Japan’s Hokkaido Otaru Aquarium asked on the day before, since kombu grows in the sea, why it does not soak
The answer was very funny afterwards, which made netizens look at it and exclaim, “It’s so cute.
Japanese netizens shared a question card from the Otaru Aquarium on Twitter, which reads “Why won’t the kombu soak in the sea?
The answer to the question is “Why doesn’t kombu make soup in the sea?
“The second answer was “because it is seawater”, and the third answer was “it is tolerating”.
The Otaru Aquarium explained that the kombu is not “consciously” enduring.
When the kombu is still alive in the sea, it will not let its “nutrition” be lost, but once the kombu is captured, dried and boiled in hot water, it will be released because the cell walls are damaged.
However, once the dead kombu is caught, dried and boiled in hot water, the nutrients will be released because the cell walls are damaged, and the soup will be made.
The answer to “patience” is a laugh pic.twitter.com/U7MD26jX5b
- SakuraASANO (@chaca21911) July 21, 2019
The Facebook fan group 10 Seconds Class shared this photo, exclaiming that “the word “patience” is really
The other users also said “we are drinking kombucha’s corpse water”, “I’m going to take a bath and it won’t be guinea pig soup”, “the patience of the
The other users also said “we are drinking kombucha’s corpse water”, “I’m going to take a bath, but not the pork bone soup ah”, “patience kombucha, so cute haha.
Others said, “Thank you for your patience in the sea, I’ll be grateful to you next time I drink soup.
The answer is so cute, I’ve learned a lot”, and “The delicious and rich taste is the result of Kumbu’s patience during his lifetime.
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