Fresh, Summery Eats from Korea

Hello, everyone! As promised, here are more of recent eats in higher quality!

gorgeous salad with greens, sprouts, a large cucumber, beautiful tomato,

two Korean sweet potatoes on the side (one already eaten)

YUM!! I LOOVEEEE korean sweet potatoes! So sweet & starchy ❀

dinner with a sweet potato, lots of sesame leaves, pepper, 1/2 block firm tofu, gochujang for dipping, kelp powder

Mary’s crackers as dessert

Just like the sesame seeds themselves, sesame seed leaves are an excellent source of calcium! 211mg / 100g!!! (more than milk!)


Check out the beautiful Sugar-Ripe Peaches!!! soo good!!

two of peaches, two nectarines. These are huge!! (big as a grapefruit!) They were my breakfast this morning

Nothing is more refreshing than sweet, juicy fruits in the morning!!!

And a big salad with lunch. Here’s the making process of today’s lunch:

tomatoes grown under the sun = more sugary & tasty..seriously it’s different

TOLD YA, these were GORGEOUS! these are pretty big, too!!


2 large tomatoes, 1 red pepper, 1 package cilantro, 2 heads small lettuce, black pepper for the salad

the salad with two “nuked” starchy Korean corn


LOL don’t you love the Bamboo bowl? It’s made without glue = all woven with hands!

Today, I was pretty bored, so guess what I did with some leftover rice + chia, sesame, buckwheat, tamari, and spices!

Homemade Mary’s Gone crackers!!!

They weren’t as successful as I hoped because I didn’t have a large pan to spread the dough out thin. I think these are pretty tasty though; my parents agree! All made with super healthy ingredients πŸ˜‰


BTW, do you guys like my new blog layout & header? It’s my favorite so far!
I like to change the Theme once in a while. I think this one is going to last longer than the others πŸ™‚

Until next time,
have a great week!

-aspiring ❀




2 thoughts on “Fresh, Summery Eats from Korea

  1. Gina says:

    Korean sweet potatoes are SOOO sweet! I love the texture!
    By the way, my mom’s been growing organic sesame leaves in our back yard.
    So we get to eat a bunch of them every week. πŸ™‚

  2. Katharina says:

    So many beautiful foods!!! I’ve never thought of sesame leaves! I am seriously loving all of the plants in this post πŸ˜€ I’ve been wanting to go foraging for things recently, and this post inspires me even more. I was foraging wild mulberries, but one day they had cut down most of the tree 😦 I don’t think anyone else except for me and the birds knew how much of a treasure it was. Oh well.

    Also, how neat that you made those crackers! I wonder if I can make them out of millet. That’s the only grain that I can eat a serving of and digest with ease πŸ™‚

    And yes, I LOVE the new look. Actually, I was going to comment on it before I had gotten to your question at the end πŸ˜€ that’s a good sign hehe.


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