Fruits basket english dub

Fruits Basket

2013.12.22 23:55 Pepsis_formosa Fruits Basket

For all who love the Fruits Basket series!
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2023.05.31 05:11 ChiaraStellata Learning French? Want to watch BoJack in French? I made 100% accurate subtitles for season 1, here is how to watch them and how I made them.

You guys may have seen my post about how in the French dub, instead of saying "When you look at someone through rose-colored glasses, all the red flags just look like flags", Wanda in that scene says "In the night, all cats are grey. Being nocturnal, I thought I'd be able to tell the difference."
That's just one example of the interesting differences between the French and English dubs. BoJack was one of the main shows I used to learn French, and it's really worth re-watching in French. But it's really difficult to understand because of its extensive use of slang and informal language, spoken very quickly. The French subtitles on Netflix do not at all match the audio and aren't very helpful. These subtitles, on the other hand, do match the audio, 100% of the time (except for some occasional small errors).
How to watch:
Install NekoCap: Chrome Firefox (this is not my plugin but I'm using it to share these subtitles)
Watch any of the episodes on Netflix, and just click the NekoCap icon on the timeline, then "Select caption (1 available)", then "French by chiaracoetzee". Or use these direct links:
Episodes: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
Set Audio to "French" and Subtitles to "Off". There is an annoying issue where if you pause the player, the player will cover the subtitle, which you can avoid by using the Language Reactor plugin (Chrome) at the same time, which has a "Hide playback bar" feature which is on by default.
If you want to use a different subtitle player, like e.g. animebook.github.io, you can download my SRT files here: Season 1 SRT files
How I made them:
I fed each of the episodes through the Whisper deep learning speech recognition engine to generate an initial srt file, using the large-v2 model and language=fr. Whisper generates great results, but sometimes its timecodes are messed up or it injects random lines that were not actually said, and sometimes it misinterprets a word here and there. So I edited them by hand in Happy Scribe to fix them up. Then I loaded them into NekoCap on Netflix, and submitted them to NekoCap's database. Boom, that's it.
If anyone finds these useful or wants to see more of these for the subsequent seasons, please let me know!
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2023.05.31 04:07 hinode_hime (F4A playing M) A variety of cravings inside!

hello there everyone ❤
my name's hinode and i'm looking to get back into roleplaying and flexing my creative muscles!
ヽ(*´∀`)ノ゙ i've had to take an extensive hiatus due to some issues in my personal live but i've been seriously craving a good, relaxing, and simply enjoyable story to create with someone. i have a few ideas that have been floating around in my mind, but please let me know if there's anything else you might be interested in! i like a wide variety of anime, manga, videogames, genres, etc so feel free to communicate with me!
who am i as your potential writing partner?
-- i'm in my mid-twenties and would only feel comfortable writing with someone who is eighteen or older, preferably twenty or older.
-- i'm fully aware of my grammar and lack of capitalization! i just thinks it looks pretty to use all lower case + i'm lazy with my grammar rn :3 in character i can promise i'm a fully capable writer
-- i've seen the phrase 'lazy-lit' thrown around the roleplaying community and i would have to categorize myself with this group! i can promise at least one post a week and said post is typically around four to five paragraphs. i've been roleplaying for about fourteen years and i'm not too interested in novella style, so i firmly believe in quality>quantity.
-- i'm also huge on working together collaboratively to create something cool -- whether that be gushing about headcanons, creating pinterest boards, or sending inspirational songs. some of the best parts of roleplaying is sharing an experience with someone else (ㅅ´ ˘ `)♡
-- i will not harass you for a reply or get upset if you take a leave of absence or ghost me! life happens and i'll never hold a grudge. all i ask if you do the same <3
some of my plots/cravings!
-- the princess and her pitbull: my character is a princess, the only child to the king and queen of a rather large and prosperous kingdom. for most of her life, the kingdom was in a sort of 'golden era', the crops were plentiful, tension was low, war was unheard of, and the people were generally happy. because of this, and the doting of her parents, my character is rather sheltered and innocent — sweet and naive. blind to the horrors of humanity (and monsters, should we choose to go down that path.) however, as she grew older...the king's greed grew as well. A sense of malevolence had overtaken the King and he began committing atrocities(which we can both decide on) and the people have grown unhappy, violent, and various rebellions have had to be squashed throughout various provinces. But, of course, the sheltered princess is kept from these facts...but the anger of the people keeps growing. this is where your character comes in. he's a knight, one of the top knights in the kingdom, and had been serving on the king's guard for a few years before he was assigned a prestigious task — becoming the protector of the princess. your character has been the princess's personal guard for a few years now. accompanying her almost wherever she went, riding alongside her when traveling outside of the castle walls. shadowing her... silent like a ghost. because of his well-known reputation as a top fighter, his cutthroat fighting style, and his unwavering loyalty to the princess, the people and nobility alike often refer to him as 'the princess's pitbull'. however, behind the scenes and out of the public eye...they're best friends. they share inside jokes, and it isn't unheard of that one might prank the other. after a stuffy dinner with elites, he might have her in a giggling fit as he mocks and imitates the rich nobles. she might have him chuckling when she pretends to be a powerful and frightening knight — frilly dress and all. and this, of course, would potentially lead to romance between a rather forbidden duo. and the plot could branch from here! we could deal with 'arranged marriages' and potential suitors visiting. as well as the potential of a full-blown rebellion taking place. what if they seize the castle? will the knight escape with the princess in time? what will become of them, living life on the run?
-- naruto: so fair warning! i have NOT finished the anime or manga! i'm currently watching shippuden and am still relatively in the early part of the series. however, i love naruto and would absolutely love to roleplay a plot in the ninja world :3 i'm 1000% fine with spoilers and, honestly, i've probably had almost all of the series spoiled for me already anyways hehe. i would like romance to be a focal point alongside the action, drama, angst, and fluff that comes along with what you envision naruto to be. i have an OC that i've been brewing -- a female hyuga who actually tends to show personality traits and a demeanor that isn't typically seen in a hyuga, especially a female one. if you're interested please let me know and we can get to planning! also i think it's fair to mention that i don't mind if our characters are powerful and strong -- i think i'd prefer to just have lots of fun ^3^
-- avatar, the last airbender: i will always and forever cherish the ATLA series and hold it close tomy heart. which, in my later years especially, has made me come to the conclusion that it's absolute sacrilege that i've never done a proper avatar roleplay. truly heartbreaking, i must admit. i would really love for this to have a nice balance between romance and adventure and i'll be the first to admit that i'm a huge fan of 'opposites attract' dynamics. ESPECIALLY firebender x waterbender - that is absolutely my bread and butter. we would have to discuss what time period this would take place in as well as motivations and overall plotline for our characters. maybe one is an avatar? we'll see! i'd also really love to draw inspiration from the spiritual side of this show as well, especially considering it's full of spiritual references.
-- harry potter: character A(the character whom i will play) is muggle-born and completely dumb-founded by the magical world — all this 'magic business' were things she had only seen on television or read in books. this spurred on her love for magic, a world she only imagined in their dreams. despite her passion for magic, she's not particularly gifted and left in the shadow of their peers. however, her warm personality spoke for itself. well loved and openly friendly, character A didn't mind her lack of magical prowess. being a hufflepuff was a surprise to no one. character B is as pureblooded as they come, from a long line of powerful and successful witches and wizards that were proud to be 100% pureblooded. maybe sometimes a little too proud. it was only natural that character B would be placed in the house that they were(slytherin or ravenclaw, up to you!). though they felt an inexplicable pull to one another, catching eachothers glances from a far, character B and character A never quite interacted. that is, until one year they were placed in the same classes and clicked almost instantly. however, at the end of sixth year and beginning of seventh, blood feuds began brewing and an intense prejudice against muggle borns began bubbling to the surface. as time moves on, perhaps it even grows violent. maybe even deadly. will these two characters withstand the prejudice? will character B choose the love of character A over their prejudiced family?
-- shoujo/anime setting: okay so i definitely don't have a plot in mind but i would really really love to come up with something with a partner that would fit the 'shoujo' theme! something set in japan with heavy inspiration from anime. this could be a very light-hearted plot or one that's rather dark and angsty, i would just like romance to be involved. some inspirations include anything created by studio ghibli, kamisama kiss, orange, ao haru ride, inuyasha, fruits basket, lovely complex, beyond the boundary, etc!
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2023.05.31 03:26 Unfair_Ad3734 Homie hooked me up and got everything for about half retail

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2023.05.31 03:03 missmimid1757 Feeling excluded/othered at work affecting my motivation to go to work & my mood at home (21F – long, but need advice and don’t know what else to do)

I have been working in before/after school care for one year now. I enjoy my job and looking after the children & have gotten good feedback from the school and higher-ups. So performance isn’t the problem.
I am not a super social person, I am introverted and in new situations I can be pretty quiet. I’m aware of that. Always have been. I’m not a hermit or social pariah either though. I don’t think I have that much in common with my co-workers who seem to have much more similar lifestyles to each other & whilst we are all friendly to each other, I never became close to them like they already were or became close to each other. We are all similar ages, oldest person there is still only 31.
I still chatted with to my coworkers though (without imposing myself on them). I did want to be as comfortable around them as they seem to be with each other. Things were still okay though, until the end of last year. Two new women were hired, and I actually like them and think their addition was good (both professionally and socially). The only thing that kinda hurt was their addition basically sealed the deal of being shut out socially. Everybody else became close with them quickly. It didn’t come as natural or fast with me.
And now, whilst nobody is mean to me or anything, I can just tell I am very obviously not on the same wavelength as everybody else is. More than before. It does feel like when I make effort, I don’t get much fruit from it, maybe even shut down a bit? They even speak to me in a less friendly/casual way than they speak to each other. If I could describe it succinctly it feels like that self-fulfilling prophecy of: Quiet person makes effort to speak > Others don’t respond/reciprocate > Quiet person figures that trying doesn’t work and starts to stay quiet > Others don’t talk to quiet person BECAUSE they’re quiet.
I don’t think I’m a super weird person or anything? I probably come off reserved, sure. I still try. I make sure I am hygienic (I don’t stink). I try to be approachable and considerate to others. I show interest in things they bring up (Basically: don’t ramble on about myself, but even if I do talk about myself to make rapport, I honestly don’t think they care). In comparison, I get along great with the kids, but they’re just kids. Doesn’t count for much. I don’t need them to be besties with me, I would just like to be treated the way I see them treat each other. That is all.
I try to think of why, why, why? What am I doing wrong? Even when people come from other locations, they tend to get treated nicer than I do. Recently, I admit I’ve just stopped trying. I know trying isn’t going to achieve anything really. I tried my best for 12 months. Is it a perceived cultural gap? I am the only African in the entire company, but I was born and raised here. I’m even only fluent in English. The only other two people I’ve seen treated like this are a Muslim woman, and an Arab woman who occasionally work at our service. Is that the common thread? I don’t think so? There’s only 2 people I feel don’t treat me differently than they do the others, but they come less often.
I know what you may think: Contact the head of the service. Well, he is the exact same way. He is also close with everybody & they are close to him. I could contact whoever is above him sure. But what are they gonna do? Nobody’s bullying me, so they can’t force them to be chummy with me lmao. And everybody being aware I complained about them won’t make things any better realistically. The most they can really do is move me to another service, but I can’t necessarily commute to those places & have it still be worth it salary-wise (they’re all in different parts of the city). There was one incident where I emailed him (the head of service) requesting if I could avoid being put in the same area as a an older child who threw something at my head, kicked me and shoved me. As well as letting him know that incident did affect me. I have never had to contact him about anything before, nor have I ever even asked anything of him before. My email was completely ignored. But I have seen him many times bend over backwards to accommodate “worse” requests from others & respond to them quickly. Both on email and verbally. Why? Why? He did not do much about the few incidents where certain children were being racist (whether out of ignorance, but some with actual malice) to me at the service either. So of course, some of them continued on. I’ve given up on it and just put up with it when it occasionally happens.
For reference, I have worked other jobs before this. And whilst I wasn’t besties with my coworkers there either, I didn’t feel left treated differently or left out AT ALL. I am not even the type of person desperate for others approval, or desperate to make friends with people at work. I just got on and did my job all these months. But the way I feel treated differently is so apparent to me that it’s started to affect my motivation to go to work at all (despite the ‘caring for kids’ part being fine) when I know I will be experience it daily. I came home from work this morning and just started crying. That’s how I know it’s bad because I rarely cry over people, let alone co-workers.
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2023.05.31 03:01 missmimid1757 Feeling excluded/othered at work affecting my motivation to go to work & my mood at home (21F – long, but need advice and don’t know what else to do)

I have been working in before/after school care for one year now. I enjoy my job and looking after the children & have gotten good feedback from the school and higher-ups. So performance isn’t the problem.
I am not a super social person, I am introverted and in new situations I can be pretty quiet. I’m aware of that. Always have been. I’m not a hermit or social pariah either though. I don’t think I have that much in common with my co-workers who seem to have much more similar lifestyles to each other & whilst we are all friendly to each other, I never became close to them like they already were or became close to each other. We are all similar ages, oldest person there is still only 31.
I still chatted with to my coworkers though (without imposing myself on them). I did want to be as comfortable around them as they seem to be with each other. Things were still okay though, until the end of last year. Two new women were hired, and I actually like them and think their addition was good (both professionally and socially). The only thing that kinda hurt was their addition basically sealed the deal of being shut out socially. Everybody else became close with them quickly. It didn’t come as natural or fast with me.
And now, whilst nobody is mean to me or anything, I can just tell I am very obviously not on the same wavelength as everybody else is. More than before. It does feel like when I make effort, I don’t get much fruit from it, maybe even shut down a bit? They even speak to me in a less friendly/casual way than they speak to each other. If I could describe it succinctly it feels like that self-fulfilling prophecy of: Quiet person makes effort to speak > Others don’t respond/reciprocate > Quiet person figures that trying doesn’t work and starts to stay quiet > Others don’t talk to quiet person BECAUSE they’re quiet.
I don’t think I’m a super weird person or anything? I probably come off reserved, sure. I still try. I make sure I am hygienic (I don’t stink). I try to be approachable and considerate to others. I show interest in things they bring up (Basically: don’t ramble on about myself, but even if I do talk about myself to make rapport, I honestly don’t think they care). In comparison, I get along great with the kids, but they’re just kids. Doesn’t count for much. I don’t need them to be besties with me, I would just like to be treated the way I see them treat each other. That is all.
I try to think of why, why, why? What am I doing wrong? Even when people come from other locations, they tend to get treated nicer than I do. Recently, I admit I’ve just stopped trying. I know trying isn’t going to achieve anything really. I tried my best for 12 months. Is it a perceived cultural gap? I am the only African in the entire company, but I was born and raised here. I’m even only fluent in English. The only other two people I’ve seen treated like this are a Muslim woman, and an Arab woman who occasionally work at our service. Is that the common thread? I don’t think so? There’s only 2 people I feel don’t treat me differently than they do the others, but they come less often.
I know what you may think: Contact the head of the service. Well, he is the exact same way. He is also close with everybody & they are close to him. I could contact whoever is above him sure. But what are they gonna do? Nobody’s bullying me, so they can’t force them to be chummy with me lmao. And everybody being aware I complained about them won’t make things any better realistically. The most they can really do is move me to another service, but I can’t necessarily commute to those places & have it still be worth it salary-wise (they’re all in different parts of the city). There was one incident where I emailed him (the head of service) requesting if I could avoid being put in the same area as a an older child who threw something at my head, kicked me and shoved me. As well as letting him know that incident did affect me. I have never had to contact him about anything before, nor have I ever even asked anything of him before. My email was completely ignored. But I have seen him many times bend over backwards to accommodate “worse” requests from others & respond to them quickly. Both on email and verbally. Why? Why? He did not do much about the few incidents where certain children were being racist (whether out of ignorance, but some with actual malice) to me at the service either. So of course, some of them continued on. I’ve given up on it and just put up with it when it occasionally happens.
For reference, I have worked other jobs before this. And whilst I wasn’t besties with my coworkers there either, I didn’t feel left treated differently or left out AT ALL. I am not even the type of person desperate for others approval, or desperate to make friends with people at work. I just got on and did my job all these months. But the way I feel treated differently is so apparent to me that it’s started to affect my motivation to go to work at all (despite the ‘caring for kids’ part being fine) when I know I will be experience it daily. I came home from work this morning and just started crying. That’s how I know it’s bad because I rarely cry over people, let alone co-workers.
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2023.05.31 02:49 missmimid1757 Feeling excluded/othered at work affecting my motivation to go to work & my mood at home (21F – long, but need advice and don’t know what else to do)

I have been working in before/after school care for one year now. I enjoy my job and looking after the children & have gotten good feedback from the school and higher-ups. So performance isn’t the problem.
I am not a super social person, I am introverted and in new situations I can be pretty quiet. I’m aware of that. Always have been. I’m not a hermit or social pariah either though. I don’t think I have that much in common with my co-workers who seem to have much more similar lifestyles to each other & whilst we are all friendly to each other, I never became close to them like they already were or became close to each other. We are all similar ages, oldest person there is still only 31.
I still chatted with to my coworkers though (without imposing myself on them). I did want to be as comfortable around them as they seem to be with each other. Things were still okay though, until the end of last year. Two new women were hired, and I actually like them and think their addition was good (both professionally and socially). The only thing that kinda hurt was their addition basically sealed the deal of being shut out socially. Everybody else became close with them quickly. It didn’t come as natural or fast with me.
And now, whilst nobody is mean to me or anything, I can just tell I am very obviously not on the same wavelength as everybody else is. More than before. It does feel like when I make effort, I don’t get much fruit from it, maybe even shut down a bit? They even speak to me in a less friendly/casual way than they speak to each other. If I could describe it succinctly it feels like that self-fulfilling prophecy of: Quiet person makes effort to speak > Others don’t respond/reciprocate > Quiet person figures that trying doesn’t work and starts to stay quiet > Others don’t talk to quiet person BECAUSE they’re quiet.
I don’t think I’m a super weird person or anything? I probably come off reserved, sure. I still try. I make sure I am hygienic (I don’t stink). I try to be approachable and considerate to others. I show interest in things they bring up (Basically: don’t ramble on about myself, but even if I do talk about myself to make rapport, I honestly don’t think they care). In comparison, I get along great with the kids, but they’re just kids. Doesn’t count for much. I don’t need them to be besties with me, I would just like to be treated the way I see them treat each other. That is all.
I try to think of why, why, why? What am I doing wrong? Even when people come from other locations, they tend to get treated nicer than I do. Recently, I admit I’ve just stopped trying. I know trying isn’t going to achieve anything really. I tried my best for 12 months. Is it a perceived cultural gap? I am the only African in the entire company, but I was born and raised here. I’m even only fluent in English. The only other two people I’ve seen treated like this are a Muslim woman, and an Arab woman who occasionally work at our service. Is that the common thread? I don’t think so? There’s only 2 people I feel don’t treat me differently than they do the others, but they come less often.
I know what you may think: Contact the head of the service. Well, he is the exact same way. He is also close with everybody & they are close to him. I could contact whoever is above him sure. But what are they gonna do? Nobody’s bullying me, so they can’t force them to be chummy with me lmao. And everybody being aware I complained about them won’t make things any better realistically. The most they can really do is move me to another service, but I can’t necessarily commute to those places & have it still be worth it salary-wise (they’re all in different parts of the city). There was one incident where I emailed him (the head of service) requesting if I could avoid being put in the same area as a an older child who threw something at my head, kicked me and shoved me. As well as letting him know that incident did affect me. I have never had to contact him about anything before, nor have I ever even asked anything of him before. My email was completely ignored. But I have seen him many times bend over backwards to accommodate “worse” requests from others & respond to them quickly. Both on email and verbally. Why? Why? He did not do much about the few incidents where certain children were being racist (whether out of ignorance, but some with actual malice) to me at the service either. So of course, some of them continued on. I’ve given up on it and just put up with it when it occasionally happens.
For reference, I have worked other jobs before this. And whilst I wasn’t besties with my coworkers there either, I didn’t feel left treated differently or left out AT ALL. I am not even the type of person desperate for others approval, or desperate to make friends with people at work. I just got on and did my job all these months. But the way I feel treated differently is so apparent to me that it’s started to affect my motivation to go to work at all (despite the ‘caring for kids’ part being fine) when I know I will be experience it daily. I came home from work this morning and just started crying. That’s how I know it’s bad because I rarely cry over people, let alone co-workers.
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2023.05.31 02:42 qwerty8755 Could the bad dialogue be a translation issue?

I really love the main story in Genshin and I also love the archon quests (for the most part). I love how much the story connects to different mythologies, I love that you can find bits of lore all over the map and in every item, and I love that the game isn’t complete yet so I can wait for the story just like on a real anime. However, I agree with the many people who complain about how lengthy and unnecessary a lot of the dialogue is, especially in smaller quests. I was wondering if it’s just maybe poorly translated? Has anyone played it in Chinese and in English and discovered if the Chinese dialogue is actually better? I know even from watching anime that you can watch the same episode with English subtitles or English dubs and they will sometimes have different words/ phrases. Or maybe culturally the dialogue doesn’t seem like a drag in other places around the world.
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2023.05.31 02:24 HinamizawaVictim [CA][US][Selling] New Singles and Sets Added! Blood Blockade Battlefront, Eyeshield 21 Complete, Love Com, Story of Saiunkoku Season 1 DVD, Tegami Bachi, Tokyo Babylon omnibus, Triage X, xxxHolic and More

Hi everybody, below is my list of anime, manga and light novels available for sale. I've tried to address most potential questions below, but feel free to ask me any questions.
Please comment on the thread before sending me a PM or Chat message, especially given the new feedback system in place. Please make sure your shipping address is updated on your PayPal account before sending payment.
No holds for longer than 1-2 days and throw out the first offer if you want to negotiate, though prices are firm for some things.
I won't split any sets unless it's stated otherwise.
I'm a Canadian seller that is willing to ship to most places on this planet. Prices are based in Canadian dollars - the listed USD price is provided as a reference, as FX rates fluctuate slightly every day. (PayPal will automatically convert your USD/local currency to CAD when you pay.) Local pickup and payment can be arranged if you live in the Greater Toronto Area.
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Anime:

Prices include shipping and tracking to Canada & the USA for anime. If you live anywhere else, I will need you to provide me with your postal code and country so I can provide you with a shipping quote.
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Blood-C: The Last Dark (Blu-Ray+DVD, SAVE Edition) - $80 CAD / $61 USD
The Story of Saiunkoku Season 1 Complete Collection (DVD) - $230 CAD / $176 USD

Books:

Shipping costs for single volumes of manga or light novels:
Canada - starts at $11 CAD with tracking, but can increase depending on distance, whether you live in an area that Canada Post deems as rural, and weight. I may consider shipping via Canada Post Lettermail ($7 CAD, no tracking provided) for books at or below $25 CAD if it fits within the size limits. Please provide me with your postal code for an accurate shipping quote.
USA - starts at $11 CAD (around $8.50 USD) including tracking for 1-2 normal sized volumes. Price will increase slightly for 3+ books and depending on weight and insurance.
Europe - starts at $15 CAD for one normal sized volume to most European countries. Please provide me with your postal code for an accurate shipping quote.
Anywhere else - I will need you to provide me with your postal code and country, so I can provide you with a shipping quote.

**Light Novels:**
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Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion Stage 2 - Knight & Stage 3 - Sword - $150 CAD / $114.75 USD (Will Not Split)
The Asterisk War Vol. 3 - $130 CAD / $99.50 USD

**Manga - Single Volumes:**
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20th Century Boys Vol. 22 - $100 CAD / $77.50 USD
A Drifting Life (spine has creasing) - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
Biomega Vol. 3 - $75 CAD / $57.50 USD
Black God Vol. 11 - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
Blood Blockade Battlefront Vol. 2 - $30 CAD / $23 USD
Boys Over Flowers Vol. 19 - $55 CAD / $42 USD
Boys Over Flowers Vol. 24 - $55 CAD / $42 USD
Casino Lily (BL, Sealed) - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
Cowboy Bebop Vol. 3 - $30 CAD / $23 USD
Cross Game Vol. 6 - $52 CAD / $40 USD
Dr. Slump Vol. 16 - $110 CAD / $84 USD
Freezing Vol. 19-20 - $85 CAD / $65 USD
Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends Vol. 8 - $45 CAD / $34.50 USD
He's My Only Vampire Vol. 4 - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
Hey Class President! Vol. 1 (BL, Sealed) - $60 CAD / $46 USD
Highschool of the Dead Vol. 2 - $20 CAD / $15.50 USD
Innocent Bird Vol. 3 (BL) - $85 CAD / $65 USD
Inu x Boku SS Vol. 2 (front cover is bent inwards, but no creasing except for a small one by the X) - $20 CAD / $15.50 USD
Judge Vol. 6 (G3 condition) - $70 CAD / $53.50 USD
Kannazuki no Miko Vol. 1 (Sealed) - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
Kill la Kill Vol. 1 - $35 CAD / $27 USD
Knights of Sidonia Vol. 15 - $60 CAD / $46 USD
Magika Swordsman and Summoner Vol. 5 (has black remainder mark on the bottom) - $25 CAD / $19.50 USD
Monster Hunter: Flash Hunter Vol. 6 - $75 CAD / $57.50 USD
Nodame Cantabile Vol. 13 - $50 CAD / $38.25 USD
Private Teacher! Vol. 3 (BL) - $183 CAD / $140 USD
Red River Vol. 1 - $25 CAD / $19 USD
Stay Close to Me - $70 CAD / $53.50 USD
Strike the Blood Vol. 6 - $50 CAD / $38.25 USD
Sunshine Sketch Vol. 6 - $95 CAD / $72.50 USD
The Testament of Sister New Devil Storm! Vol. 3 - $85 CAD / $65 USD
This Ugly Yet Beautiful World Vol. 1 - $40 CAD / $30.50 USD
To Love-Ru Vol. 5-6 - $60 CAD / $46 USD
Tokyo Babylon Omnibus Vol. 1 (G2-3 condition) - $35 CAD / $27 USD
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2023.05.31 01:50 defcon-ten (Speculation) The English voice actors of the three drunkyards

(Speculation) The English voice actors of the three drunkyards
So, a while ago, I manage to solve who was who and their Japanese voice actors:
Refering to this post: https://www.reddit.com/EightySix/comments/vg56pu/the_mystery_of_the_three_drunkyards_in_the_anime/
Now, I want to do that for the English dub. The English dub is a bit tricky as I'm unable to find the credits of the voice actors for the English dub of these characters as they were pretty minor. However I do have my speculations on who may have voiced these characters.
To fresh up your memories, these are the character's names and their Japanese voice actors:
Tom = Hiroki Maeda / 弘喜 前田 Sanders = Reigo Yamaguchi /山口 令悟 John = Shunichi Maki/ 真木 駿一
These characters appeared in the following episodes:
Episode 1 Episode 12 Episode 16 Episode 23
Now, that's out of the way. These are the likely candidates that may have voiced these characters.
KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS IS SPECULATION BASED ON MY OWN EARS, THIS IS NOT 100% COMFIRMED
Tom = Jonah Scott (Same Voice Actor of Raiden) Sanders = Imari Williams (Same Voice Actor as Lev Aldrecht) John = ?? (Shares the same voice actor as the Western Theatre Commander from the Second Cour of the Eighty-Six Anime
While I do agree that this is far fetched and pretty much based on my hearing alone. This is what I came up so far: THIS IS NEVER COMFIRED BY NEITHER THE VOICE ACTORS THEMSELVES AS THE DUBBING STUDIO AS I'M WRITING THIS OR THAT I AM AWARE OF, DO NOT TAKE THIS AS FACTS
It does sound strange that these are dubbed by voice actors who have more major roles in the anime, but I think that this may have been to cover the cost or something, I'm not sure, tho.
These are some of the characters in a row again:

John / ジヨン (Japanese voice by Shunichi Maki/ 真木 駿一)
English voice actor speculation: ?? (Shares the same voice actor as the Western Theatre Commander from the Second Cour of the Eighty-Six Anime

Tom /トム (Japanese voice by Hiroki Maeda / 弘喜 前田)
English voice actor speculation: Jonah Scott (Same Voice Actor of Raiden)


Sanders / サンダース (Japanese voice by Reigo Yamaguchi /山口 令悟)
English voice actor speculation: Imari Williams (Same Voice Actor as Lev Aldrecht)
The three drunks in their prime
So, what do you think? Do you have information that is already out there that I may overlooked, or do you agree or disagree with this hyposis or speculation? Speculations are fun after all. So feel free to share yours.
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2023.05.31 01:41 shy_landlord_HTX Holy Pride month, help!!!

My wife is telling me no, but I was thinking about putting a add out for an trans albino midget with a peg leg to do some marketing for us during the holy pride month of June. I don’t need them to speak English because we’ll just dub over their audio anyway, but my wife says it’s exploiting? I told her all the big corporations are doing it why the heck can’t we do it with our small coffee business? Please let us know whose in the wrong here, I need a good DEI score to survive in this market, please, any suggestions also appreciated!
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2023.05.31 01:29 Small_Balls_69 Private Amelia plays hooky… (The Iceblade Sorcerer Shall Rule the World) English Dub

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2023.05.31 01:24 MercyfulBait Finally found an English-dub Killer tape!

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2023.05.31 00:39 Joeyplantstrees Edible tree leaves of Ohio part 2

Edible tree leaves of Ohio part 2
I made a post about edible tree leaves of Ohio earlier today from a poster I made awhile ago and here’s is another I completed today, and then I tried combining them all into a little coloring ebook and since Ive gotten a lot of positive response to those when I’ve made them and needed to make the pages fit and flow right and had a large gap on each one, so I ended writing recipes for each one while I was at it. Which, a cookbook wasn’t what I was planning on doing when I got up this morning but here it is now.
The coloring/cookbook is available on my Etsy, but the info minus the recipes is for free right here in this post.
A tree once synonymous with the American countryside, American Elm (Ulmus americana) has multiple edible parts. The samaras (winged seed pods similar to maple spinners) and young leaves are both edible. The leaves have a slight mucilaginous texture (think okra). The inner bark has also been used as a traditional food source, but due to this and other species of elms native to the American Elms have been heavily effected by Dutch Elm disease, so the inner bark should be avoided and harvesting anything else should be only from healthy populations. You should also help propagate any populations you take from.
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis), or xiāng chūn 香椿 in its native China is a mainstay in several Asian cuisines. Xiāng means aromatic and gives away the selling point of this tree as an edible. The young leaves are often consumed for their unique flavor that is a combination of onion, garlic and shallot. The flowers are also edible, and are usually consumed when they’re young and have a more mild flavor.
In addition to edible leaves, the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deftoides) has buds that can be harvested in early spring before they fully open and have a pleasant balsamic like scent. The inner bark has also traditionally been used as a survival food. The barks and buds blabber traditionally been used by tribes such as the Haudensaunee, the Mohegan, the Kakota, Arapaho, etc. for it’s pain relieving and anti inflammatory effects.
Like other Ash trees, the introduction of Emerald Ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) has done considerable damage to its population. I choose Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) for this list because unlike many other American Ash species, it is at least not currently listed as endangered but any harvesting should be done cautiously and respectfully from healthy populations. The seeds can be eaten raw or collected and ground into flour and young leaves can also be eaten raw.
A very common fruit tree that’s rarely appreciated, the Hackberry’s (Celtis occidentalis) name comes from the Old English haecce meaning bird, which is predominately what eats its fruit and spreads this tree. The berries (technically dropes or stone fruit), unlike most fruit, are calorie dense and high in fat, carbohydrates and protein that are easily digestible raw. On top of that, the young leaves are completely edible.
One of the more well known examples of cauliflory (flowers growing directly from branches and trunks), Redbuds put on an early display of bright edible flowers before it’s leaves even appear. Less known is that the seeds, twigs and leaves are also edible and can be tapped for syrup. It’s sometimes called the love tree due to its bright red flowers and heart shaped leaves. ‪Redbuds are also nitrogen fixing trees, enriching the soil around them.‬
Also called Juneberries or Saskatoons, with well known tart edible berries. The young shoots and leaves are also fully edible, as well as the seeds that can be ground as a flour or used as a thickener. The name serviceberry is thought to have derived from the arrival of the berries in spring serving as a reliable marker for when the ground was thawed enough for burial services to be held in early North American settlements.
Uncommon for trees, Spice Bush (Lindera benzoin) has berries with spicy, aromatic flavor similar to a combination of cloves, cinamon and allspice. The twigs barks and leaves are also edible, with a slightly more citrusy taste than the fruit that leads to them often being used as a spice from which it gets it’s name. It is the primary host plant of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
All of these can be tapped for syrup, although Green Ash and Serviceberry are the only two with a notable history of ever being used as such.
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2023.05.31 00:30 Joeyplantstrees Edible leaves part 2 (self promotion)

A few months ago, I made a post about edible tree leaves and had a lot of people ask for more so I drew 8 more, and then I tried combining them all into a little coloring ebook and since Ive gotten a lot of positive response to those and needed to make the pages fit and flow right and had a large gap on each one, so I ended writing recipes for each one while I was at it. Which, a cookbook wasn’t what I was planning on doing when I got up this morning but here it is now.
The coloring/ebook is available on my Etsy, but most of the info minus the recipes is for free right here in this post. The ebook is just if you want to support me or print the pages out. https://www.etsy.com/listing/1493241397/edible-tree-leaves-coloring-bookcookbook
A tree once synonymous with the American countryside, American Elm (Ulmus americana) has multiple edible parts. The samaras (winged seed pods similar to maple spinners) and young leaves are both edible. The leaves have a slight mucilaginous texture (think okra). The inner bark has also been used as a traditional food source, but due to this and other species of elms native to the American Elms have been heavily effected by Dutch Elm disease, so the inner bark should be avoided and harvesting anything else should be only from healthy populations. You should also help propagate any populations you take from.
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis), or xiāng chūn 香椿 in its native China is a mainstay in several Asian cuisines. Xiāng means aromatic and gives away the selling point of this tree as an edible. The young leaves are often consumed for their unique flavor that is a combination of onion, garlic and shallot. The flowers are also edible, and are usually consumed when they’re young and have a more mild flavor.
In addition to edible leaves, the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deftoides) has buds that can be harvested in early spring before they fully open and have a pleasant balsamic like scent. The inner bark has also traditionally been used as a survival food. The barks and buds blabber traditionally been used by tribes such as the Haudensaunee, the Mohegan, the Kakota, Arapaho, etc. for it’s pain relieving and anti inflammatory effects.
Like other Ash trees, the introduction of Emerald Ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) has done considerable damage to its population. I choose Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) for this list because unlike many other American Ash species, it is at least not currently listed as endangered but any harvesting should be done cautiously and respectfully from healthy populations. The seeds can be eaten raw or collected and ground into flour and young leaves can also be eaten raw.
A very common fruit tree that’s rarely appreciated, the Hackberry’s (Celtis occidentalis) name comes from the Old English haecce meaning bird, which is predominately what eats its fruit and spreads this tree. The berries (technically dropes or stone fruit), unlike most fruit, are calorie dense and high in fat, carbohydrates and protein that are easily digestible raw. On top of that, the young leaves are completely edible.
One of the more well known examples of cauliflory (flowers growing directly from branches and trunks), Redbuds put on an early display of bright edible flowers before it’s leaves even appear. Less known is that the seeds, twigs and leaves are also edible and can be tapped for syrup. It’s sometimes called the love tree due to its bright red flowers and heart shaped leaves. ‪Redbuds are also nitrogen fixing trees, enriching the soil around them.‬
Also called Juneberries or Saskatoons, with well known tart edible berries. The young shoots and leaves are also fully edible, as well as the seeds that can be ground as a flour or used as a thickener. The name serviceberry is thought to have derived from the arrival of the berries in spring serving as a reliable marker for when the ground was thawed enough for burial services to be held in early North American settlements.
Uncommon for trees, Spice Bush (Lindera benzoin) has berries with spicy, aromatic flavor similar to a combination of cloves, cinamon and allspice. The twigs barks and leaves are also edible, with a slightly more citrusy taste than the fruit that leads to them often being used as a spice from which it gets it’s name. It is the primary host plant of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
All of these can be tapped for syrup, although Green Ash and Serviceberry are the only two with a notable history of ever being used as such.
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2023.05.31 00:23 Joeyplantstrees Less common Milk Alternatives

Less common Milk Alternatives
I’m big on on growing and preparing food in more local and sustainable ways, and it’s hard to cook a myriad of recipes without milk. However, there are a lot of reasons people can’t or won’t use dairy milk. Everything from the amount of abuse and environmental impact of the 10s of millions (low estimate) of cows raised in CAFOs (Concentrated animal feeding operations), to the high concentration of Phthalates (endocrine disrupting chemicals added to plastics to make them more flexible) in milk from contact with tubing in milking machines (Phthlates contamination if actually really low in hand milked cows), to the fact that a single dairy cow takes about an acre but usually closer to 2 worth of forage to feed (which most people wanting to raise there own food simply do not have), to trying to lower saturated fat and cholesterol intake, the fact that 65% of the global population has some degree of lactose intolerance, etc. That’s without even getting into the recent trend of drinking raw milk and how quickly people forgot how many people that used to make sick and kill through disease like E. Coli, brucellosis, Salmonella, Listeria, typhoid fever etc.
I drew this poster but stayed away from the common milks you can buy in stores like soy, rice, coconut, oat and nut milks and instead focus on milk alternatives you can grow or forage easily instead. I have no issue with those, but feel like the average person is at least already aware of them.
For the pumpkin, poppy, chia and sunflower seed, peanuts and hackberries, the recipe is basically the same. Soak seeds in water, at least 4 hours but preferably overnight. drain the water from the seeds and rinse them thoroughly. Drain the seeds and combine them in a blender with 4 cups water per 1 cup of seeds. (You can adjust depending on desired consistency.) Add sweetner and/or vanilla and a pinch of salt if desired to taste. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer or cheesecloth. The solids you can use in baked dishes, soups or soups or as the base of veggies patties. (Maybe not the sunflower seeds unless you already like stabbing your gums eating the shell.) Finally, chill in the fridge where it will last 3-4 days if you don’t want to use it right away. For potatoes, peel and boil then follow the same recipe as above. For bananas, simply blend with water until your desired consistency. For quinoa, similar to making oat milk, boil in water. Let simmer until fully cooked. Then follow recipe as above. For cattails, clean and remove the outer layers of the tuber to reveal the starchy portion. Grate or finely chop the cattail rhizomes into small pieces. Add the rhizomes and about 4 cups of water for every 1 cup of grated rhizomes to a bowl, and let it sit 10-15 minutes so the starch separates. Add sweetner and/or vanilla and a pinch of salt if desired to taste. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer or cheesecloth. Cattail milk may have a somewhat slimy or mucilaginous compared to dairy. If you’re not a fan of Okra, you won’t be a fan of this. For corn, the kernels can be blended with water and strained or you can run a knife down the dekernaled cobs to collect a linguist referred to as corn milk.
Poppies (Papaver somniferum) most well known for containing alkaloids such as morphine and codeine, which are powerful pain-relieving compounds, it is also edible with the flowers being consumable and the seeds being a common ingredient in many dishes. The morphine and codeine are concentrated in the sap, so it poses little risk to consume the flowers or seeds, but the leaves and stems are not typically consumed. The seeds can be soaked and blended to make a milk alternative.
Pumpkins (Cucurbita pepo) the fruit is actually a berry, and every‪ part of the pumpkin plant is edible. ‬ Flowers, leaves, seeds, fruit. One of the oldest domesticated plants going back as early as 7000 bc. The seeds can be soaked, combined with water in a blender, and strained to make a milk alternative. The solids can be used as a soup stock or to make an alternative tofu. The word "pumpkin" originated from the Greek word "pepon," meaning "large melon” while the indigenous called them squash whichcomes from the Narragansett Native American word askutasquash, which means “eaten raw or uncooked.” It had spread there from where it was bred in the Andes
Potatoes (Solanum tuberosum) The word "potato" originated from the Spanish term "patata," which was derived from the Taíno of Quisqueya (Hispaniola) word "batata." In Quechua, which is still spoken by many people in the Andean region today, the potato is called "papa." In Aymara, another indigenous language spoken in parts of the Andes, the potato is known as "thaya." It is one of the most calorie dense crops, and other than being low in proteins and fats, it could work on its own as a healthy survival food and history even demonstrates this in the increase in health it gave to the Irish who were systematically deprived of other foods by the English.
Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea) although called peanuts, peanuts aren’t actually nuts but legumes and the peanut actually grows below ground from the roots. They originated in Bolivia and Peru as far back as 7,000 years ago. Also, interesting to note they were a traditional companion plant for corn, and being a nitrogen fixing plant would make a good addition to a three sisters planting.
Hackberry (Celtics spp) There are around 60 different species of hackberry trees found around the world, with the most common species being Celtis occidentalis (common hackberry) and Celtis laevigata (sugarberry). One notable feature of hackberry trees is their unique bark. It is grayish-brown with prominent cork-like warts or ridges, giving it a distinct appearance. They have small, round fruits known as drupes. These edible fruits are typically orange-red to dark purple when ripe and have a sweet, sugary taste.
Hemp (Cannabis sativa) ‪The plant has a strong and fibrous stalk that can be processed into different materials, including fibers, textiles, paper, and construction materials like hempcrete. It was domesticated in a part of Asia referred to as the Hemp belt that includes parts of modern day China and Mongolia. The seeds are edible and can be soaked and blended to make an alternative milk, and the leaves and flowers are edible but could add a psychoactive effects to food though most hemp,is bred to have very low levels of CBD and THC.‬
Chia (Salvia hispanica) A staple food in ancient Mesoamerican civilizations, such as the Aztecs and Mayans. The word "chia" even comes from the Mayan language, meaning "strength." While they are usually known for their seeds, the leaves and flowers are also edible. The seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein, antioxidants, and various vitamins and minerals, including calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium.
Corn (Zia mays) was bred from teosinte in Central America from a wild grass into the plant with large cobs of multiple kernels we know today over hundreds of generations. There are literally thousands of varieties bred for a variety of local conditions.
Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) is a staple food cultivated for at least 5000 years of the plant domestication powerhouse that was the Andean region that also gave us potatoes, tomatoes, and chilies. The whole plant, not just the seeds are edible like it’s cousins, lambs quarters and amaranths. It is also a source of all nine essential amino acids, which is rare for plants. It exhibits remarkable biodiversity, with hundreds of varieties and colors available.
Sunflower (Helianthus spp) ‪First domesticated in Central America at least 30000 years ago, every part of sunflowers are edible and were a huge part of the Eastern Agricuktural complex and often uses as a fourth sister in a three sisters planting of corn beans and squash. The seeds, the flowers, the leaves, the roots, the stalks. Sunflowers exhibit a unique behavior known as heliotropism, where their flower heads track the movement of the sun across the sky during the day. ‬
Cattail (Typha spp) the entire plant is edible. The starchy rhizome can be eaten raw, used like a potato, or soaked in water to separate the starch and use that to make a milk alternative. The pollen can be collected and used as a spice or flour alternative, and the young shoots can be eaten raw and taste similar to cucumber. Since cattails grow in water, extra care must be taken not to harvest from polluted areas.
Banana (Musa paradisiaca) ‪Domesticated from Musa acuminata and Musa balbisiana, which are native to Southeast Asia, thousands of years ago to remove the large seeds and produce larger sweeter fruit. They began being propagated vegetatively, which led to commercial bananas being exact clones and heavily susceptible to disease, like Panama disease that nearly wiped out the Gros Michel. Often thought of as a tree, the plant actually contains no lignon and is instead the worlds largest herbaceous plant.‬
For the pumpkin, poppy, chia and sunflower seed, peanuts and hackberries, the recipe is basically the same. Soak seeds in water, at least 4 hours but preferably overnight. drain the water from the seeds and rinse them thoroughly. Drain the seeds and combine them in a blender with 4 cups water per 1 cup of seeds. (You can adjust depending on desired consistency.) Add sweetner and/or vanilla and a pinch of salt if desired to taste. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer or cheesecloth. The solids you can use in baked dishes, soups or soups or as the base of veggies patties. (Maybe not the sunflower seeds unless you already like stabbing your gums eating the shell.) Finally, chill in the fridge where it will last 3-4 days if you don’t want to use it right away. For potatoes, peel and boil then follow the same recipe as above. For bananas, simply blend with water until your desired consistency. For quinoa, similar to making oat milk, boil in water. Let simmer until fully cooked. Then follow recipe as above. For cattails, clean and remove the outer layers of the tuber to reveal the starchy portion. Grate or finely chop the cattail rhizomes into small pieces. Add the rhizomes and about 4 cups of water for every 1 cup of grated rhizomes to a bowl, and let it sit 10-15 minutes so the starch separates. Add sweetner and/or vanilla and a pinch of salt if desired to taste. Strain through a fine-mesh strainer or cheesecloth. Cattail milk may have a somewhat slimy or mucilaginous compared to dairy. If you’re not a fan of Okra, you won’t be a fan of this. For corn, the kernels can be blended with water and strained or you can run a knife down the dekernaled cobs to collect a linguist referred to as corn milk.
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2023.05.31 00:21 Jddavila24 [BotW] Question about translation: English/Latam Spanish/Japanese

Hey everyone :), i'm from latin america and I´ve been playing botw for the first time and i love it but I've been playing with spanish text and english voices but it throws me off that the subtitles are saying one thing and the voices on english are saying another most of the time. Idk which is the most faifthful to the original japanese or wich dub would you recommend?
Hope you can help me :)
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2023.05.31 00:18 Joeyplantstrees Edible tree leaves pt 2

Edible tree leaves pt 2
A few months ago, I made a post about edible tree leaves and had a lot of people ask for more so I drew 8 more, and then I tried combining them all into a little coloring ebook and since Ive gotten a lot of positive response to those and needed to make the pages fit and flow right and had a large gap on each one, so I ended writing recipes for each one while I was at it. Which, a cookbook wasn’t what I was planning on doing when I got up this morning but here it is now.
The coloring/ebook is available on my Etsy, but most of the info minus the recipes is for free right here in this post.
A tree once synonymous with the American countryside, American Elm (Ulmus americana) has multiple edible parts. The samaras (winged seed pods similar to maple spinners) and young leaves are both edible. The leaves have a slight mucilaginous texture (think okra). The inner bark has also been used as a traditional food source, but due to this and other species of elms native to the American Elms have been heavily effected by Dutch Elm disease, so the inner bark should be avoided and harvesting anything else should be only from healthy populations. You should also help propagate any populations you take from.
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis), or xiāng chūn 香椿 in its native China is a mainstay in several Asian cuisines. Xiāng means aromatic and gives away the selling point of this tree as an edible. The young leaves are often consumed for their unique flavor that is a combination of onion, garlic and shallot. The flowers are also edible, and are usually consumed when they’re young and have a more mild flavor.
In addition to edible leaves, the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deftoides) has buds that can be harvested in early spring before they fully open and have a pleasant balsamic like scent. The inner bark has also traditionally been used as a survival food. The barks and buds blabber traditionally been used by tribes such as the Haudensaunee, the Mohegan, the Kakota, Arapaho, etc. for it’s pain relieving and anti inflammatory effects.
Like other Ash trees, the introduction of Emerald Ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) has done considerable damage to its population. I choose Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) for this list because unlike many other American Ash species, it is at least not currently listed as endangered but any harvesting should be done cautiously and respectfully from healthy populations. The seeds can be eaten raw or collected and ground into flour and young leaves can also be eaten raw.
A very common fruit tree that’s rarely appreciated, the Hackberry’s (Celtis occidentalis) name comes from the Old English haecce meaning bird, which is predominately what eats its fruit and spreads this tree. The berries (technically dropes or stone fruit), unlike most fruit, are calorie dense and high in fat, carbohydrates and protein that are easily digestible raw. On top of that, the young leaves are completely edible.
One of the more well known examples of cauliflory (flowers growing directly from branches and trunks), Redbuds put on an early display of bright edible flowers before it’s leaves even appear. Less known is that the seeds, twigs and leaves are also edible and can be tapped for syrup. It’s sometimes called the love tree due to its bright red flowers and heart shaped leaves. ‪Redbuds are also nitrogen fixing trees, enriching the soil around them.‬
Also called Juneberries or Saskatoons, with well known tart edible berries. The young shoots and leaves are also fully edible, as well as the seeds that can be ground as a flour or used as a thickener. The name serviceberry is thought to have derived from the arrival of the berries in spring serving as a reliable marker for when the ground was thawed enough for burial services to be held in early North American settlements.
Uncommon for trees, Spice Bush (Lindera benzoin) has berries with spicy, aromatic flavor similar to a combination of cloves, cinamon and allspice. The twigs barks and leaves are also edible, with a slightly more citrusy taste than the fruit that leads to them often being used as a spice from which it gets it’s name. It is the primary host plant of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
All of these can be tapped for syrup, although Green Ash and Serviceberry are the only two with a notable history of ever being used as such.
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2023.05.31 00:18 Joeyplantstrees Edible tree leaves pt 2

Edible tree leaves pt 2
A few months ago, I made a post about edible tree leaves and had a lot of people ask for more so I drew 8 more, and then I tried combining them all into a little coloring ebook and since Ive gotten a lot of positive response to those and needed to make the pages fit and flow right and had a large gap on each one, so I ended writing recipes for each one while I was at it. Which, a cookbook wasn’t what I was planning on doing when I got up this morning but here it is now.
The coloring/ebook is available on my Etsy, but most of the info minus the recipes is for free right here in this post.
A tree once synonymous with the American countryside, American Elm (Ulmus americana) has multiple edible parts. The samaras (winged seed pods similar to maple spinners) and young leaves are both edible. The leaves have a slight mucilaginous texture (think okra). The inner bark has also been used as a traditional food source, but due to this and other species of elms native to the American Elms have been heavily effected by Dutch Elm disease, so the inner bark should be avoided and harvesting anything else should be only from healthy populations. You should also help propagate any populations you take from.
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis), or xiāng chūn 香椿 in its native China is a mainstay in several Asian cuisines. Xiāng means aromatic and gives away the selling point of this tree as an edible. The young leaves are often consumed for their unique flavor that is a combination of onion, garlic and shallot. The flowers are also edible, and are usually consumed when they’re young and have a more mild flavor.
In addition to edible leaves, the Eastern Cottonwood (Populus deftoides) has buds that can be harvested in early spring before they fully open and have a pleasant balsamic like scent. The inner bark has also traditionally been used as a survival food. The barks and buds blabber traditionally been used by tribes such as the Haudensaunee, the Mohegan, the Kakota, Arapaho, etc. for it’s pain relieving and anti inflammatory effects.
Like other Ash trees, the introduction of Emerald Ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) has done considerable damage to its population. I choose Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) for this list because unlike many other American Ash species, it is at least not currently listed as endangered but any harvesting should be done cautiously and respectfully from healthy populations. The seeds can be eaten raw or collected and ground into flour and young leaves can also be eaten raw.
A very common fruit tree that’s rarely appreciated, the Hackberry’s (Celtis occidentalis) name comes from the Old English haecce meaning bird, which is predominately what eats its fruit and spreads this tree. The berries (technically dropes or stone fruit), unlike most fruit, are calorie dense and high in fat, carbohydrates and protein that are easily digestible raw. On top of that, the young leaves are completely edible.
One of the more well known examples of cauliflory (flowers growing directly from branches and trunks), Redbuds put on an early display of bright edible flowers before it’s leaves even appear. Less known is that the seeds, twigs and leaves are also edible and can be tapped for syrup. It’s sometimes called the love tree due to its bright red flowers and heart shaped leaves. ‪Redbuds are also nitrogen fixing trees, enriching the soil around them.‬
Also called Juneberries or Saskatoons, with well known tart edible berries. The young shoots and leaves are also fully edible, as well as the seeds that can be ground as a flour or used as a thickener. The name serviceberry is thought to have derived from the arrival of the berries in spring serving as a reliable marker for when the ground was thawed enough for burial services to be held in early North American settlements.
Uncommon for trees, Spice Bush (Lindera benzoin) has berries with spicy, aromatic flavor similar to a combination of cloves, cinamon and allspice. The twigs barks and leaves are also edible, with a slightly more citrusy taste than the fruit that leads to them often being used as a spice from which it gets it’s name. It is the primary host plant of the spicebush swallowtail butterfly.
All of these can be tapped for syrup, although Green Ash and Serviceberry are the only two with a notable history of ever being used as such.
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2023.05.30 23:49 Pleasant_Fondant7189 What do you call (in English) this fruit which you take it’s wedges out and tastes similar to an orange?

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2023.05.30 22:42 luvthatguy1616 Update! Potato Accident

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Update! Potato accident has progressed under continued lack of care and ignorance. Accident has born first fruits and claimed fry basket as its own. Fascinating. ...what have I done?...
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2023.05.30 22:08 SandraSandraSandra A Voyage - The Sage of Flower-Hill 3

Djamä Sonurupākä-Pēzjeceni stands, looking out over the labour before him. A series of four paddies are being built off of Dogwood-Point. Two of them dig earth from the point to make the paddy, the other two enclose rectangles of the lake with mounds of earth. To his rear, NāpäkoduThonu works on four paddies of their own.
The clans cooperated on the project, building the outer-walls together in the early-days of summer where the lake’s level gets low enough for it to be doable. Now they’re expanding their paddies in one of the biggest projects Konuthomu has ever known.
Sonurupākä’s main role is to direct. And he wears his resplendent cape of feathers to indicate such—even if he also wears the simple quarter-dome hat of a farmer. He sends the young men carrying baskets of earth to the eastern medial causeway. When needed, he steps in and offers aid. But in this moment, he puffs gently on his pipe. Enjoying the heady rush of fresh-air and warm smoke.
Someone calls him over, there’s a section of clay in one of the inner-paddies being excavated.
Screams fill the hall. Senisedjarha, his wife, is in labour. He was rushed away by the duNothudo as they take care of her. He was left mixing ashes for glaze and hearing his love’s cries from across the field.
This is their second child. Their first, a beautiful baby girl, is bouncing on her grandmother’s knee. It’s a good omen to have such a hardy first-born. But it doesn’t ease his anxiety at the second birth.
He mixes in the rotu ash—it should form a grassy green once fired—with the wet clay and stirs it vigorously.
The baby is coming later than expected. The duNothudo assured them that it wouldn’t be a problem, that the best fruit simply take longer to grow. He was supposed to be gone on a trading mission by this point. The canoes are already prepared. But it would be a variation from the kacä to abandon his wife now.
Next he mixes the birch ash—this one forms a creamy white, tinged with yellow. It’s almost a buttery colour.
Senisedjarha is strong though. And while the pregnancy has exhausted her, especially the past moon of it—her belly even more gravid than with the first pregnancy, the stores have been full and the weather kind. She’s been able to rest, drinking broth on their bed of furs.
Now, he mixes red slip with willow ash. This one is far more slip-forward. The ash gives it its sheen and flow, the bursts of colour and shine which makes the glaze all the more vibrant.
He’s to visit the land of the Rhadämā, those strange feather-less folk. Their cargo is wine (mostly maple), jade tools, and the glazed pots his current labour allows.
Finally, he mixes oak ash with bright-red slip. The smooth, green-blue glaze which results is perfect for lining urns. Some things you want to breathe through the unglazed clay, but others you want to keep sealed. It’s a delicate balance.
He pauses, unsure of the change and caught up in his work. The screaming has stopped. He rushes back to the house.
Two rambunctious baby boys. He holds Seni’s hand while holding the first-born of the two. An auspicious sign.
It had been a painful labour, and his wife’s exhausted. Drained. But two healthy baby boys. He can’t believe their luck. Two marriages of equal prestige to bring additional clans onto their path? It’s more than he could have ever hoped.
Knee deep in water, he guides the boat out. Full of pots, the canoes sit low in the lake. Eight men for eight canoes, a sizable contingent. He’s been tasked to bring gifts and trade in hopes of establishing a more permanent relationship with the Rhadämā of Kamābarha.
The Cakäma of DjamäThamä, where his two new sons will be given names, remains three turns away. He prays he’ll be back in time.
Clambering out of the lake, he readies himself to go. Even this early in the morning, he knows the day will be hot and a gentle mist rises with the sun over the lake.
He clasps the hands of the duNothudo in turn, pledging that he will travel honest and true. Laughing at Redotsuko’s quip. He finally reaches his wife, the youngest of the duNothudo, and the one most dear to him.
As they hug, she whispers in his ear: “Return swift and safe, your family waits for you.”
Speeches and recitations and other such fanfare follow, as Sonurupākä climbs into his canoe, and sets off towards the rising sun. His eyes may be wet, but his path is clear. Duties to clan come before all else, even these first few months of his sons’ lives. The paddling becomes rhythmic. There is only one way, and that is forward. He simply hopes, and prays, it leads him back home.
It’s their third day of travel. The weather has remained clear, and bright. Their first two nights they stayed in houses of DjamäThanä. Lovely, low provincial halls—not dissimilar to the one in which Sonurupākä was born and raised. A life a world away now, even if, in factuality, merely feather and name separates that him from the him in the canoe now.
He sips a skin of crabapplecider, and grabs a mouthful of the pickle mix: bison and pawpaw and sumac and blackberry and brire. It’s sour, a little salty. The sweetness and tartness of the berries cut through the rich fat of the bison. He’s dressed in a loincloth, a farmer’s hat (a round, quarter-dome offering shade protection) and has a plain-hemp cape hanging from his shoulders, protecting his back from the sun. It’s a lovely day.
Rowing once more, he thinks about his mission. Kamābarha is not alien to the people of Konuthomu. They may have forgotten their feathers, but they’re skilled craftsmen and produce a lovely nut. Travel is frequent between the villages. And even without feathers, the people govern themselves well. They know of the wisdom of crone’s, and put the vitality of young men to service. Sure, their way of speech may be harsher, atonal in a way. But it’s not that far off from Menidān, and easy to learn. Compare the language of Rhadämā to that of the Jeli—infrequent visitors here, but known further west. Rhadämā is a poem in the wrong meter, Jeli is more similar to the barking of dogs. But what can you expect from people with neither lake nor feathers?
Voyages such as this gives one plenty of time to think. He hopes his aids back home are preparing the pottery well. They’ve expanded the workshop below the Themilanan. Three kilns, a lengthy pottery space, plenty of storage for the clay. Small-folk of DjamäThanä do most of the actual pot construction, but the glazes are kept in the Themilanan. So too is the knowledge of organizing the fire for the kiln to burn properly hot. The duNothudo should assure his Good-Brother does the firing properly. He hopes so, at least.
They practice Rhadämā over dinner, forming the words again and again. Sonurupākä insists: passable is insufficient, his accent must be perfect.
They have easy access to food, with the plentiful waterfowl and fish, but he missed the plentiful wine and pickles of home. Rhadämā wine is tasty from what he remembers though.
After eight days of travel, they approach Kamābarha.
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