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日本語と英語で説明するので、日本人の方も大歓迎です！ もし質問があったら、是非tokyohackerspace@ordisante.comにメールを送ってください。 Poverty and poor nutrition are inevitable for the hacker. Long hours in front of the computer, coupled with snacks from the combini will do a number on anyone's intake of useful nutrients. Working in a big faceless company with incompetent old men in charge will more than ensure your poverty. Still, there's no reason to let that cramp your food! This is the second in a series of classes on cheap and quick curries that are readily "doable" in Japan. We will be covering Da'al (Lentils), the vegetable protein that is a staple throughout the Indian subcontinent. There is something for everyone in Da'al; it's quick to make (assuming you have a pressure cooker), it's incredibly cheap, and it's very healthy for you. Make it a point to attend this class now, before the politicians find out about this (and import tax it to death!) Members will be asked to contribute 300 yen, while non-members will be asked to pay 500 yen each. There is no size limit to this class. All participants who register beforehand will receive a print out with the da'al recipe, and a list of alternative things to try on their own, and a list of places to purchase Da'al from in Tokyo. Please reserve through the listserv, or by contacting me directly at email@example.com.