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Mazumeshi Elf to Yuubokugurashi   
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Reborn in another world! But there's too much rice! The elves are cute and have a nice atmosphere, but I can't live as they do! With the cooking skills of s professional I'll surprise the elves !!
Cutting-edge !! Of a different world gourmet.

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Associated Names
Mazu Meals Elf and Nomadic Life
Mazu Meshi Erufu to Yuuboku Kurashi
Mazu meshi Erufu to yūboku kurashi
Mazumeshi Elf to Youbokugurashi
Mazumeshi Elf to Yuboku gurashi
Nomadic Life with the Elve's Terrible Food
マズ飯エルフと遊牧暮らし
游牧精灵不太会做饭
맛 없는 밥 엘프와 유목생활

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in Country of Origin
13 Volumes (Complete)

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Average: 7 / 10.0 (38 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.77 / 10.0
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Last Updated
July 31st 2022, 4:44pm


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Year
2017

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Weekly Pos #348 increased(+157)
Monthly Pos #989 increased(+634)
3 Month Pos #1629 increased(+603)
6 Month Pos #2667 increased(+453)
Year Pos #2969 increased(+407)

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On 348 reading lists
On 99 wish lists
On 5 completed lists
On 13 unfinished lists
On 73 custom lists

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A "standard" isekai comfy cooking series, but with a LOT more twist.  
by poser27
April 28th, 2022, 9:44am
Rating: 9.0  / 10.0
The MC is a pretty standard non-professional (underaged) cook/chef but is an OP culinary genius who can start a culinary revolution if he wants. It's also a comfy story where his new home is a pretty accurate low-fantasy steppe nomad society (who happens to be elves), where he cooks and make everybody happy.

Until we meet another isekai'd person several chapters later, and the overarching story gets a lot deeper and more interesting. After we meet the second isekai'd person, the story gradually shows us that while MC is pretty OP in cooking, he really is just an above average fish in a giant pond.

Some spoilers for characters the MC later meets:

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A sidhe from the island of Avalon who is highly implied to be Morgan le Fay
who is much more wise and knowledgeable than the MC.

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A disciple of Epicurus
who is an actual philosopher and actually manage to shift the genre a bit to Psychological in some of their chapters.

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The actual Arachne
whose personal story intertwined with the-

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Descendants a group of ancient Chinese people of the Qin dynasty who are stranded in isekai
whose holy mother is
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a human clone from far future bearing high technology.

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The actual Yao Bikuni, with a twist in her legend
who is also a lot more wise and knowledgeable than the MC.

I may write the above paragraphs as if the genre gradually shifted, but it's not really; the main story is still as comfy as ever, the focus is still on cooking, just with more (non-violent and quite realistic) conflict added.

There ARE a tiny bit of violence (and fanservice) later, but it's from one of the side stories. And these side stories (where the focus is the supporting characters) is REALLY good at adding to the worldbuilding.

... Last updated on April 28th, 2022, 9:52am
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actually really enjoying  
by SNOWBY
January 10th, 2021, 8:39pm
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I really like this one. It's still got the "OP male lead who knows everything and must teach these dumb ancient people" trope, but I love the culture (Mongol nomad elves YES) and it's sort of cute.

It's also surprisingly self-aware and has meta-commentary like Morgan le Faye showing up and discussing Tolkien and how he influenced elf literary taxonomy. (No, really.)

There's practically no fanservice, which as a girl I appreciate (chicks don't do a thing for me, and while I understand guys like fanservice, it's nice for the female chars to have more personality than just boobs. I love fantasy and the isekai genre so avoiding "all girls are just objects with little personality and even fewer scruples" ones is like walking through a minefield.) (Yeah I know girls do it too but fujoshi-written series aren't mainstream and are pretty clearly labelled. You don't TYPICALLY accidentally end up with one.)

Seriously, this is an under-appreciated gem. And you'll actually learn some food history. (The way 2020/2021 is going, maybe learning how to produce your own food ain't a bad skill to have. You know, for when the murder hornets show up. Those are still coming, right?)
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