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Q: What is Umeboshi?

‘Umeboshi’ refers to pickled plum. It’s red colored and very sour, and it’s said to be good for one’s health.
Japanese people often eat it at breakfast, so most hotels serve it at breakfast. I’d like you to try it! But I remind you; It’s very sour.
There are several types of umeboshi today, one of them is dipped into honey. It’s yellow colored and sweet. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: It's pretty natural, the only adjustment I would make is: "Japanese people often eat it at breakfast..." it is more correct to say "Japanese people often eat it FOR breakfast...". As for "most hotels serve it at breakfast" that part is good.
Q: UMEBOSHI is pickled Japanese plum.
Traditional type of umeboshi tastes very salty and sour.
We often top umeboshi on rice or put in rice ball.
If you are new to eating umeboshi, sweetened one with honey would be good for you. However, honey umeboshi and rice don't much well.
There are a variety of umeboshi in many supermarkets in Japan. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "UMEBOSHI are pickled Japanese plums.
Traditional type of umeboshi tastes very salty and sour.
We often put umeboshi on rice or in rice balls.
If you are new to eating umeboshi, having one with honey would be good for you. However, honey umeboshi and rice don't combine well.
There are a variety of umeboshi in many supermarkets in Japan."
Q: "I made 1kg of umeboshi last week and it takes about 3 months complete." bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I made 1kg of umeboshi last week and it takes about 3 months to complete.

Umeboshi is a Japanese word and is not well-known in the UK. In English, you can say "pickled plums" (or "Japanese pickled plums")

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