It’s spring again, and according to the temperatures, almost summer! Dr. Tae Yun Kim is very much in tune with the seasons and loves to create different dishes for different seasons. In this first picture, is a new version of traditional Korean cold noodles; it is new because it has very untraditional, yet incredibly healthy new ingredients. New recipe coming up!
When she is not busy on her new book tour, Dr. Tae Yun Kim loves to work in her garden, growing many of the ingredients for her special dishes.
Here you see a bed of sook, or mugwort as it is called in the USA. It is a very healthy herb, helps to cleanse the blood and is a great spring food; but you can dry it and make it into powder and tea.
And here is Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s version of sook fried in batter – incredibly delicious and healthy! What a win! And it’s so simple! Just whip up a simple savory batter, dip the cleaned sook into it and fry briefly, until the batter is cooked through.
And if you have missed the big news, Dr. Tae Yun Kim just published her new book, an all new version of “Seven Steps to Inner Power – how to break through to awesome!” You’ll definitely want to read this one, and if you live in Southern California, you can still catch her on her book tour.