Curry powder, which is essential for survival life, may be indispensable even in the modern concrete jungle. Because when you eat sea lions, it's hard to eat unless it's curry! That's why I would like to introduce a curry called "Todo Curry"!
... to ... do ...? That's the sea lion, you see, that sea lion. In this ever-evolving modern society, what is the situation of eating sea lions on purpose? Let's set aside the details. Anyway, if you do it, it's a sea lion! It's curry! Wow awesome!
The above-mentioned mice and snakes are extreme examples, but in general, kemonos have a unique odor. Steller sea lions are no exception, and they are meat that smells like beasts. It's a little hard to eat as it is, so it's an easy-to-eat curry. Amazing, curry powder. (Second time)
Why do you eat sea lions? The fundamental question is that Steller sea lions, which are originally prohibited from unlimited hunting by the Wildlife Conservation Law, cause damage to agriculture and fisheries, so it seems that a certain number of harmful beasts are allowed to be exterminated. Yeah. The exterminated sea lions are sold or transferred to specialized vendors and used as processing materials and research materials, and they go around and become curry ... curry ...
The guts that I try to eat even if it is curry feels extraordinary. By the way, there are also sister products such as seal curry, bear curry, and sika deer curry. Even so, I think curry powder is amazing and familiar. It may be a must-have item to survive the concrete jungle, no doubt.