Last Sunday, some friends and I went to Seulleung Park again. :) I think it might become a regular thing. It’s so nice to just hang out there on a lazy Sunday afternoon. So relaxing~
And here’s my latest order from iHerb. I have to say, I’m so thankful that iHerb exists. It has really changed my life as a vegan here in Korea. There was a time when us vegans had to just white-knuckle it or ask our family members to send us expensive care packages with all our favorite vegan staples. But now, getting hard-to-find items couldn’t be easier. With this order, I got a bag of Lundberg rice chips (wasabi flavor) and stocked up on organic extracts and spices for baking and cooking… and some vegan vegetable bouillon cubes. You can get vegan bouillon cubes at most department stores and also the FFM, but I ordered this cuz it doesn’t have any added salt… trying to reduce the amount of sodium I eat. I think I eat too salty these days!
The rice chips… these were just aiight. I liked the super crunchiness of the chips, but I could barely taste any wasabi… weaksauce! I guess when I see any wasabi-flavored snack, I think it’s going to be as strong as Japanese wasabi peas. I freaking love those fiery buggers that bring tears (of joy) to my eyes.
Had a light lunch at Bakersfield in Gangnam the other day. My friends all got hot sandwiches or paninis and I had an olive bun with coffee. It’s too bad that none of their sandwiches are vegetarian or vegan.
Last but not least, I’ve been trying to improve my bake shop by adding Korean translations, getting new cards and stickers printed, and just learning more about business (something I know so little about), etc. There’s so much I want to do, but I’m trying to just take it one step at a time and have fun with it. :)
Today I made this breakfast smoothie with 1 banana, 1 orange, 1/4 cup soy milk, and a couple ice cubes. Now that it’s getting hot and sticky these days, I will be making refreshing smoothies on a regular basis. You want summa dis, Bunnayy?