Wheat Berries a la Esiry Preased*
Ok first you take some soft wheat berries (whole, unprocessed wheat kernels), cooked slowly in rice cooker.
Add steamed broccoli, red bell pepper, edamame. Let cool.
Toss in a selection of random seaweeds and tsukemono, including takuan, little onions and sweet red "munchies" (don't know what these are but I always buy them).
Drizzle on rice vinegar, mirin, soy sauce, toasted sesame seeds, sesame oil, a few drops of red pepper oil, black pepper, and dried red shiso flakes. And admittedly, a few other things may have been tossed in as well, not sure!
Oh yep, like chopped crimini mushrooms - I see them in the photo. So there ya go.
Little shake of nori flakes on top and grab your stix! And how.
*The title is in homage to the Engrish of my old university roomate, Miyuki. Great sense of humor and man could she cook. But she couldn't say the letter "L" for the life of her. (And I speak little Japanese, so she wins.)