Mixed Vegetables
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Mixed Vegetables

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Mix Vegetable, MV
Japanese: ミックスベジタブル
English: Mixed Vegetable
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 54
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 25, 2005 to Nov 22, 2007
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Gourmet Gourmet, Romance Romance, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Margaret
Authors: Komura, Ayumi (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.631 (scored by 24592,459 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #18362
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Popularity: #2831
Members: 5,745
Favorites: 66

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Synopsis

Ever since she watched a sushi chef prepare fish with artistry and elegance, Hanayu Ashitaba has aspired to become one herself. However, as the daughter of a pâtissièr who is expected to inherit her father's business, her dream remains far out of reach. Nonetheless, Hanayu continues to persevere in hopes of finding a way to realize her goals. That is until she crosses paths with her classmate, Hayato Hyuuga.

The son of a sushi chef, Hyuuga is also destined to take over his father's business, but he is disinterested in doing so. Seeing this as an opportunity to marry into a sushi chef family, Hanayu begins devising a scheme to make Hyuuga fall in love with her. These efforts are quickly wasted when Hyuuga asks her out directly, stunning Hanayu while also making her second-guess using him as a means to an end. At the same time, Hyuuga seems to have a hidden agenda too—but what could it possibly be?

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Background

Mixed Vegetables was published in English by VIZ Media under the Shojo Beat imprint from September 2, 2008 to July 6, 2010.

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Nov 2, 2010
krismatrix (All reviews)
Mixed Vegetables is a story that has NOTHING to do with "Vegetables". However it is about cooking but it really more of a love story and some personal story about achieving dreams.

The story concern's two main characters namely Hanayu (the girl) and Hayato (the boy). One wants to be Sushi Chef and the other a Patisserie (cake chef). However they are parent’s restaurant are the exact opposite to their interests. Therefore each one wants to marry the other so that they can achieve their individual dreams.

This is a very simple Shoujo Manga. It is definitely funny and the story is VERY cliché. There really read more
Aug 7, 2013
FeelingBlue (All reviews)
STORY - 7
The storyline is simple and easy to follow. A girl whose family owns a pastry shop wants to be a sushi chef and a boy whose family owns a sushi restaurant wants to be a pastry chef.. Can you honestly say you have heard of many stories like this? Mixed Vegetables manages to not only tell a love story but also a story about two young students who are passionate about their dreams. As a hardcore fan of shoujo manga, I do have to admit that I am mainly here for the romance aspect. However, Mixed Vegetables focuses on the main characters' striving read more
Jul 22, 2014
_mahoushoujos_ (All reviews)
Okay, so I like food. A lot. I'm not even going to pretend I didn't pick this manga up because I really like sushi and I really like cake. But that's definitely not the only reason why I enjoyed this manga.

The main aspect of the story that made Mixed Vegetables stand out from your typical shoujo fare was its messages about working towards your dreams and fulfilling your goals, while also balancing family life and romance. I started reading this towards the end of my senior year when I was deciding between colleges, and even though the main characters' career paths are vastly different from read more

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shuffleair - Dec 26, 2008
23 replies by nidoqueen106 »»
Apr 26, 2018 3:18 PM
Almost done with this manga
buunny - Jul 16, 2017
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Jul 16, 2017 5:29 AM