What I do to save a bit of dough - for the more Asian style adventurous types!
My first post. I've been a foodie most of my life, even creating some noodle dishes from scratch! Love noodles. But lately I've been in save mode due to starting my businesses and such. But since I spend a lot of my time traveling, I'll share with you what I do to save money here in S.Korea.
Canned Tuna! oh yea...but I do a quickie style sushi thingy with it. It's very popular here in S.Korea
- 1 canned tuna about $1.00 where I'm at
- 1 teaspoon of spicy taste (called gochuchang here) I meant paste!
- some toasted sushi seaweed wrap (they call it kim here) ( .50 per mini pack)
- 1 bowl of ready made microweavabowl rice ($1.00)
Take a rectangular piece of kim and spoon some hot rice, then 25% of tuna , wrap it all up, and shove it in your mouth and there you go... a true Korean style meal for Under 3 bucks!
"Eat less if you want to be mentally alert"