Dieting Deviations – The Return of the Carb

A lifetime skill I wish to develop and maintain is cautious skepticism.  That entails a willingness to periodically reevaluate systems, weigh evidence, and admit when one is wrong.  If I can admit that I am wrong, I can take steps to living a more productive and meaningful life.  Steeping oneself in rigid dogma is the … Continue reading Dieting Deviations – The Return of the Carb

Cooking Clean and Dining Dirty (Part Two)

When I am not at home or the school cafeteria, I must eat out.  In terms of health-conscious consumption, this can be a crapshoot.  However, I can manage it through diligence.  On the other hand, sometimes eating garbage is simply part of the plan.   My favorite restaurants are sam-gyup-sal (pork belly) barbecue joints.  In … Continue reading Cooking Clean and Dining Dirty (Part Two)

Cooking Clean and Dining Dirty (Part One)

Before I moved to Korea I had some concerns about what I would eat.  Most of that apprehension stemmed from my unproductive ill-fated meanderings on the forum boards of waygook.com “I can’t get used to the food here.  My stomach is killing me.” “I would kill for a hamburger right now.  I’m sick of kimbap.” … Continue reading Cooking Clean and Dining Dirty (Part One)