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Tondemo Skill – 034 – Sui & Other World Trash

Chapter 034: Sui & Other World Trash

Re-Translated by Gumihou

Edited by Onionpi


[8] Should I research Slimes to see whether it’s normal for Sui to level up so quickly?

[8] While I was pondering over this, a sudden thought occurred to me.

[8] Wait, I already know that other world food would confer buffs onto the people who ate them here. [6] [Iron Will] and Fer clearly have +??? buffs after eating my meals, so, what about other world trash?

[8] How did I miss this big clue? I feel so stupid now. [5]

Sui, the super omnivore could eat anything including pebbles and trash. [5] [2] Still, I decided to not feed her trash today. Let’s feed her normally and check her status tomorrow to compare just how much the trash contributes to her experience points.

First, let’s Appraise Sui for the control:


[ Name ] Sui

[ Age ] 8 Days

[ Race ] Baby Slime

[ Level ] 10

[ Stamina ] 28

[ Magic Powers ] 27

[ Attack Powers ] 25

[ Defense Powers ] 28

[ Agility ] 27

[ Skill ] —–


Woah, Sui is already at Level 10!

Although it still looks weak, she’s just [6] 8 days old you know? [5]

I’m looking forward to seeing what her status will be like after eating a normal meal.

Let’s see, for today let’s make something that goes well with rice. [1] That’s it, let’s make Miso-Grilled Pork Rice Bowl! [5]

I took out a slab of porc (lol) and cut fairly thick slices of meat off it. Then, poked it with a fork so that the marinade could soak in properly.

The sauce was made with miso, sake, mirin and sugar. I placed the marinade into a Ziploc bag and placed the meat in, [6] squishing the meat around until the sauce properly coated everything.

By the way, you can add grated garlic or ginger into the marinade too.

[8] While the porc was marinating, I washed the rice and cooked it in my usual claypot. [5]

[6] For my next trick, I got out a couple of heads of cabbages and began slicing them into fine sticks. I think the French call it julienne.

Anyway, I decided to leave some less than fine cuts of cabbages in just for laughs. [6] Also, despite what Fer says, I think he should eat more vegetables for a balanced meal.

Next, it was time to cook the porc. I used a frying pan for that. [1] Miso burns easily, so it’s best to cook the pork on medium-low and cover the pan with a lid to aid the cooking process.

Once the meat was done, the rice was done steaming too and it was time to assemble the Miso-Grilled Orc on Rice. I got one of my deepest and biggest bowls for Fer and piled on the rice, cabbages and load the top with plenty of pork slices.

[6] Sui and I had normal people portions. Oh, and I cut up the meat for us too.

“Fer, Sui, it’s time to eat.”

“Oooh, this smells good,” [3] Fer’s appetite was as hearty as usual.

“Sui, you eat this one, okay? Oh, but don’t eat the bowl.”

Sui gave a little fluttery ‘purun’ in reply and enveloped the bowl with her body.

Now that they’re both occupied, I ate my portion too.

Oooh, Orc meat is tasty!

Why is that ugly creature so tasty? This fantasy world is too mysterious.

Hmm, hmm, the miso flavour has soaked in well too. Its savouriness complements the pork quite well. The crisp cabbage and plump rice cuts through the meat well too.

“Seconds. More meat.”

Yes, yes, as expected, you want meat more than anything, eh?

I assembled Fer’s second dish of Miso-Grilled Pork Rice Bowl (with extra meat). [1] Sui was vibrating slightly near my feet, so I took her bowl and filled it with more meat, cabbage and rice.

Looks like this recipe is a hit with my familiars.

[8] I like this recipe since I could change just one component of the marinade and come up with a different tasting dish. Just by adding grated garlic or ginger for example, or change out the sugar for honey. Oh, instead of miso, I could use shiokoji too. 

Ah, they all sounded delicious.

I used fairly thick cuts this time, but maybe I should cut the pork into thinner slices to reduce marinating time. It will also allow the sauce to penetrate the meat even more.

[6] Not to mention, a pile of thinly sliced meat looked a lot more generous than a few pieces of slightly thicker cut of meats

Yosh, I should totally prepare this dish again.

Now then, let’s check Sui’s status.

I looked at the faintly vibrating Sui and chanted, “[Appraisal],”


[ Name ] Sui

[ Age ] 8 Days

[ Race ] Baby Slime

[ Level ] 10

[ Stamina ] 28 (+1)

[ Magic Powers ] 27

[ Attack Powers ] 25

[ Defense Powers ] 28 (+1)  

[ Agility ] 27

[ Skill ] —–


Oh? There’s a bonus.

Does this mean status raised by food would have a time limit while things other than food products would have a permanent increase?

[8] Wait, what am I doing?

Things other than food? Only Slimes could eat things other than food. So, do I need to get another Slime for the experiment? [5]

[6] “… …” you know what? Let’s forget about the whole experiment.

[6] Thanks to other world trash (maybe) Sui levels up quickly.

She might be weak now but if she continues to level up at this pace from eating other world trash, isn’t that great?

In the future, she will contribute to my safety along with Fer.

Safety first!


[Gumihou: Lol, looks like Mukouda-san gave up on thinking]


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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Reader

    Really he mostly thinks of food. At least his cooking makes more sense than some.

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