Kuzi (Bitter Berry) Kuzi Sapie Stewed Cow’s Trotter with Kuzi Hello? Is that Xia? Yeah. OK. Back soon? I’ll tell them to cook some dinner then. Okay. Grandma. I’ve got a tasty pomegranate. Okay. Xia will be home for dinner today. When will they arrive? Soon. I’ll go and pick some Kuzi then. Come back soon. Could you cook the rice then? Grandma? Do watch out for Dawang. Don’t let it fool around. Okay. Auntie. You’re herding the cattle. Do you know where to find Kuzi? Maybe over there. Kuzi Saruma henryi olive Kumquat leaves Cow’s trotter Ginger Granulated sugar Tsao-ko, star anise, bay leaf, chilies, ginger and garlic Light soy sauce Dark soy sauce Salt Water Kuzi Green pepper Shallot Rice noodles Blanch for 1 minute Water Kuzi Boil for 20 minutes Fermented soy bean cake Dried beef Roast until cooked Chives Salt Salt for half an hour Melaleuca bracteata Chives Cilantro Melaleuca bracteata Saruma henryi olive Kumquat leaves Chilies Fermented soy beans Kuzi Pound Salt Cold boiled water Dried beef Kuzi Sapie Cilantro, melaleuca bracteata, capsicum annuum Minced garlic Kuzi Salt Pounded Kuzi Minced tomatoes, minced garlic Natto Salt Braised Kuzi with Natto Grandma, dinner is ready. Coming. Stewed Cow’s Trotter with Kuzi Carved plum wine Help yourselves with the rice noodles. I’ve cooked a lot.