Hiraya-chi-

Okinawan well-known emergency food called "Hiraya-chi-"
Hiraya-chi-
Mix flour with water and chive, green onion, and tuna altogether, fry thin on a pan and roll it then paste sauce to eat. It is popular snack because it is easy to cook even there are not many ingredients at home during the typhoon hit and cannot go out for grocery shopping long time ago. Therefore, there is regions that has a custom of eating "Hiraya-chi-" when the typhoon hit to Okinawa still now.
By the way, the name "Hiraya-chi-"comes from what people say "hirayaki" which means flatly fried in Okinawan dialect 

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Wow Liz .great site!!! Love the look and the whole concept! Excellent work!! It really is nice to meet you.

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