Today’s Lunch: Cheese Crackers
R: Swishy tail. Hakuuu! Ooh hi. R: Hey buddy. *giggles* J: Nagi’s around there.
R: Your butt- R: Your butt is right to the camera. J: No no no. I JUST CLEANED IT- ahh god R: You’re the one who wanted him up here. R: Why’d you want him up here, then? J: HERE, not here. J: It’s okay, I’ll just…
R: You can’t- you can’t tell the cat that. J: … sanitise again.
R: He doesn’t know that. There’s no like, wall- hi babyyy. (*mutter* he’s hungry.) J: Anyway, WELCOME TO MY VLOG CHANNEL. *chuckles* J: (*mutter* we’re gonna have to wash our hands again.) J: Uh for our lunch, we decided to make crackers. J: We normally use whatever ingredients we have in the fridge. R: It’s a very difficult recipe.
J: *chuckles* R: Clearly this requires an entire video showing you how to put ingredients on top of crackers. J: Yup, exactly. J: It’s like a… a Michelin 3-star recipe. R: *weird grunting noise* R: Give or take, 3 stars. J: Alright. *sounds of running water*
R: nO R: Now it’s all wet. R: He’s trying to jump down onto the counter. J: He’ll probably jump on the, uh… J: Bl- *interrupted*
R: Did you sanitise it again? J: I did.
R: Then I have to block him. R: He’s trying to jump over my head. J: Uwoh? Uwoh? Uwoh… R: *laughs* J: Okay. No cats, no cats. Not anymore. J: Okay, um. I’m gonna start with the, um, tomatoes and these veggies I think?
R: Mhm. J: Could you help me with the crackers, spread them out… J: There you go.
R: This is my job. *stares into the camera like Jim from The Office* J: Onegaishimasu. R: Japan has a type of onion called “shintama”. J: I mean, the onion that, like- we harvest around last season, I think?
R: Uh-huh. J: It’s sweet. R: When you eat it, and it’s- R: It’s just sweet. It has no, like, strong, onion… bite to it at all.
J: Mm. R: It’s great. It’s really delicious.
J: Yep. J: You can literally just, um… J: Peel the skin off the onion, and… J: Make a cross at the top, put it on a plate, put a- a block of butter and microwave it. J: And you can just eat it like that.
R: Yeah. J: So sweet. R: *laughs* R: We can make videos biting in the onions, R: and not explain anything, and just put it on the internet and people would be like, EW J: Oh, because they wouldn’t know how it would taste? R: There’s a video of like, a little kid, who… R: Is demanding an onion from her mom, I think? J: Demanding? Okay. R: I think maybe they thought it was an apple or something? R: And they’re like I want to take a bite, and the mom’s finally like, R: “Sure, here you go,” and they take a bite of the american apple (onion) and their face is like, terrible, R: But they don’t want to admit that they were wrong. R: *laughs* That it wasn’t what they thought it was. R: It’s so cute, I wonder if I can find it. J: Oh, honey. Can you explain this to people? Poki: *meows*
R: It’s super processed salami. Poki: *screams* R: *giggles* Poki! I’m trying to talk to people! It’s super processed salami and cheese and stuff, R: uh, which is totally very not healthy for you, but R: tastes good. *noise from video on Rachel’s phone* *Jun chuckles*
*noise from video on Rachel’s phone* R: *giggles* It’s so cute!
*noise from video on Rachel’s phone* *noise from video on Rachel’s phone* *sound of kid choking on an onion* *second cough* J: He thinks it’s an apple? R: Yep. J: *sympathetically* Awww. *child chokes again* J: It’s really, like, time-consuming to do this all by myself, J: but with two people, it’s so much easier. Thank you! R: You’re- *giggles* R: YOU’RE WELCOME. J: This- this shape is my favorite shape of peeler and there’s, J: like I don’t know, looks like just a stick type of peeler, that you like, right? J: And you don’t like this type, right? J: Which one do you like better? I like this- type of peeler. R: I- I don’t know if people know what you’re talking about. *giggles* R: Hey, we have- we have the other one. J: Which one do you like better? J: Let me know. R: I don’t know if… R: … that’s something people have an opinion on. J: I have a strong opinion on this.
R: Do you have a strong opinion on peelers? J: You do now, right? J: ’cause uh, you hated this one.
R: Because I cut myself with it. J: *chuckles* And you will not cut yourself with this one?
R: No. J: Mmkay. R: I don’t- *devolves into nervous laughter at the sight of the peeler* J: Okay. J: Broccoli spout- J: Wait. Are “sprouts”? R: Mhm. J: So the tomato slices, on this side, is thinner.
R: Ohkay. J: For you. Here’s the thicker for me. J: You think that’s enough? R: Yeah. J: Alright.
R: That’s more than enough. J: More than enough? Okay. R: *high-pitched, sing-song* More than enough~ J: Sorry Poki. I don’t think you can eat that one. J: Flaxseed oil. J: You want some, like, herbs? R: Sure.
J: Okay. What do you want, basil? R: Sure. J: Okay, yay! (R: Yay!) Done. Itadakimasu. R: Woo! J: Ii ne, oishiisou. (It’s good, very delicious.) J: Itadakimasu. Kanpai (cheers). R: Ka- Kanpai.
J: Cheers. J: I want to try with shintama too, but this is good. R: Yup.
J: Mm. J: It’s good, I like it. R: Ii ne. (It’s good.) J: If you guys have a favorite, like, a combination for crackers, let us know. I wanna try it. J: I like this one a lot. R: With ingredients we can get in Japan? J: Hmm?
R: With ingredients we can get in Japan. J: With any ingredients we have, yeah. J: This is good.
*noises of cat destruction* J: Thank you for watching.
R: *laughs* *more noises of cat destruction* R: Uwoooooh! R: Poki’s fightin’. Poki’s fightin’. J: See you guys later. Bye! R: Bye! J: Mm. So good.