The most extensive list of vegetables in Korean

You may know already how to read and spell animal-based ingredients in Korean, so how about studying plant-based foods now? Here's essential Korean vocabulary regarding vegetables! 👇 [Don't like veggies?! 😱IMPOSSIBLE! But how about fruits? Or cereals, beans, nuts or foods made from those seeds?] There are SOOOOO many veggies to eat! 🍆🤗🥦 And Korean... Continue Reading →

Pink and Green: Korean Tomatoes

🍅 "I like tomato, you like tomahto... 🎶 🥔 I like potato, you like potahto." 🎵 Or was it the other way around? 🍅🤔🥔 Who decides what's correct and what is not when it comes to tomatoes and potatoes, anyways. Despite pronunciation,* there are also disputes regarding the classification of these two food items. Is... Continue Reading →

Seasonal treat: Spring greens

🐦Birds are singing.🕊 🌸Flowers are blooming.🌼🦋Insects are buzzing around.🐝 🌱New leaves are sprouting on plants.🌿 It's basically screaming in your face: 🌤 SPRING IS HERE!!!! 🌷 How else can you tell? 🤤Fresh spring greens (bom-namul 봄나물) are back!!💚 Young plants of edible mugwort (ssuk 쑥). Side dishes featuring spring greens, e.g. Dol-namul, Dureup, Bangpung-namul, Dallae).... Continue Reading →

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