130 of 365 – Fruit Stand

The piplan grows much like a giant grape vine. It’s close cousin the veratine is similar in taste but covered in a fluffy coating that is often peeled off before eating, but doesn’t have to be. The two fruits are similar enough that when one attempts to grow veratines, the plant may end up producing piplan instead. It’s a small gamble.

24 of 365 -Jig Bread

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Jig Bread is a delicious pastry. Flaky dough rolled up with just enough layer of mok cream (sweetened with honey and mixed with a bit of cinnamon), it’s left to rise. It’s given a leavening boost and set into a mold while rising, so that it resembles the rolling clouds of the region. They are occasionally dusted with powdered sugar and can be drizzled with maple syrup for a weekend breakfast treat.

19 of 365 – Kelp

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Kelp – Standard variety

I haven’t dug into the undersea agriculture of this region yet. In my limited imaginings, I’d assume that it consists of many varieties of kelp and some sea melons. There is the Corrungus Forest, but respect for nature and the tardigrades would surely prevent the cutting down of any of the fungi there.

17 of 365 – Fish

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The marine region, understandably, is very invested in their fish. Every morning you can venture into one of the various markets around town and buy all of the freshest meats and produce the season has to offer. A fish this size would likely be split among multiple families or used for a feast. Something of this size and quality would be appropriate for the royal table as well.

Cheating a bit on this one, this is an old comic panel. But I wanted to feature this fish!