If you're looking for a healthier way to eat, let me introduce to you the "Bibimbap Diet."
Bibimbap is a very popular dish of rice and vegetables in Korea, but there's a certain "healthy wisdom" in this dish which you can expand into an entire diet. This is something that I've started to do in the last few years myself.
First off, let's look at how to make the easy Bibimbap.
1. Cook some rice. (I strongly recommend Calrose if you're living in the West. It's the same brand used in Korea.)
2. Prepare an assortment of vegetables such as: Lettuce, onions, thinly sliced carrots, mushrooms, bean sprouts, spinach, seaweed and or any fresh vegetables you want to add.Add a comment
A lot of people have asked me what it's like living in Korea?
Well it's very interesting and fun once you get used to it. I pulled out this video and decided to share so that people can see what an average day looks like in Seoul, South Korea.Add a comment
If you ever get the chance to travel and live in another country for a few years or more, it's a wonderful chance to compare and contrast cultures and see what makes them each successful and beautiful in their own ways.
It's actually an amazing wonder in our day and age just to be able to go and live in worlds that evolved seperately for thousands of years and I will tell you, it just doesn't get any more different than Korea and Canada. I was simply awe-stricken when I first arrived. My first 12 hours in the country lives like an interesting impressionist painting in my memory because after you have stayed awake for so long on a plane, you're jet-lagged, exhausted and in a semi-conscious state of mind with definitely some "dream-like" perceptions taking place around you.Add a comment
One of my favorite places to visit in Seoul is Toksu Palace. In the Korean language it's spelled: 덕수궁.
The last time I was there, I made a nice 20 minute video of the whole palace and grounds. Check it out.Add a comment
Hello again. I've been waiting a long time to tell you about this delicious piece of Korean cooking. I've had so many things to say here on Bondaygee.com, but this has been one of the top stories that I've been dying to share. So sit back and listen to this tasty tale from a Canadian guy who lived in Korea for twelve years and fell in love with their healthy foods.Add a comment
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