Series: Mixed Vegetables

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Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1 by Ayumi Komura1
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 2 by Ayumi Komura2
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 3 by Ayumi Komura3
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 4 by Ayumi Komura4
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 5 by Ayumi Komura5
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 6 by Ayumi Komura6
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 7 by Ayumi Komura7
Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 8 by Ayumi Komura8

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Series description

Hanayu Ashitaba, the daughter of celebrated Patisserie Ashitaba, desperately wants to become a sushi chef. Hayato Hyuga, son of the prestigious Sushi Hyuga, wants to be a pastry chef. They both attend Oikawa High School Cooking Department. Ashitaba doesn't want to let her parent's down by telling them she wants to become a sushi chef, so instead she dreams up the idea of marrying Hyuga to apprentice and become a famous sushi chef herself.

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