More from Zuviel

I haven't posted in awhile but that's because I've been working on and off on a Starshatter-related blogs. The first one should be dropping next Tuesday or Wednesday. Stay tuned!

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Newest Weird Japanese Vending Machine Beverage: Dashi Fish Soup from…Coca-Cola? Go: Good Gokutto Nomeru Umai Dashi (“Drinkable Dashi You Can Gulp Down”) is its first foray into Japanese-style soup, specifically the fish stock called dashi. Starting with the aroma, it’s an enticing scent if you’ve spent much time around a traditional Japanese kitchen. While there’s a noticeable seafood aspect, though, it’d be going too far to say it smells “fishy,” since it’s far milder than you might expect. The same holds true of the flavor. Made with bonito, kelp, and flying fish, the taste is complex, rich, and satisfying, but not so much that the stimulation overwhelms your taste buds. Priced at 148 yen (U$1.40) in vending machines and supermarkets, and at a ridiculously low two calories per package, Coca-Cola’ Go: Good Gokutto Nomeru Umai Dashi is friendly to both your waistline and wallet. We’re not sure we’d recommend “gulping it down” like the product name suggests, but as something to sip and relax with, this is going to be a great choice this winter.

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Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster). I was hiding in the mangroves photographing migratory shorebirds on the opposite bank of the creek when this beauty cruised past. Luckily it didn't see me until the last second. This is my best shot ever of this species. #birds #nature #Australia #myphoto

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More from Zuviel

I haven't posted in awhile but that's because I've been working on and off on a Starshatter-related blogs. The first one should be dropping next Tuesday or Wednesday. Stay tuned!

98 views ·

Newest Weird Japanese Vending Machine Beverage: Dashi Fish Soup from…Coca-Cola? Go: Good Gokutto Nomeru Umai Dashi (“Drinkable Dashi You Can Gulp Down”) is its first foray into Japanese-style soup, specifically the fish stock called dashi. Starting with the aroma, it’s an enticing scent if you’ve spent much time around a traditional Japanese kitchen. While there’s a noticeable seafood aspect, though, it’d be going too far to say it smells “fishy,” since it’s far milder than you might expect. The same holds true of the flavor. Made with bonito, kelp, and flying fish, the taste is complex, rich, and satisfying, but not so much that the stimulation overwhelms your taste buds. Priced at 148 yen (U$1.40) in vending machines and supermarkets, and at a ridiculously low two calories per package, Coca-Cola’ Go: Good Gokutto Nomeru Umai Dashi is friendly to both your waistline and wallet. We’re not sure we’d recommend “gulping it down” like the product name suggests, but as something to sip and relax with, this is going to be a great choice this winter.

280 views ·

Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster). I was hiding in the mangroves photographing migratory shorebirds on the opposite bank of the creek when this beauty cruised past. Luckily it didn't see me until the last second. This is my best shot ever of this species. #birds #nature #Australia #myphoto

5.68k views ·