Vegetarian Restaurants in Seoul

Many of you might not know this, but I was a vegetarian for 2 years. This was mainly during college and I had to quit because I was cooking in restaurants where I had to taste the food.

Anyway, these days, I'm seriously considering going back to it especially with all the food born illnesses these days.

A word of warning during the summer months in Seoul. Never, ever eat the street food. Many people have warned me about it in the past and I chose to ignore them and, consequently, I got violently sick last summer. Hmmm...I think it might have to do with the lack of refrigeration.

Anyway, I am on day two of my fast. I have official been without solid food for 24 hours.

I know that my next post is going to announce that I'm going on the diet, but the truth is I started it the day previous. I didn't know if I could last the day, so my plan was to delete my announcement post to save face.

So I am starting Day 2. My goal was only 3 days but it is recommended that I should fast for 10 days.

Can a foodie fast for 10 days? Let us see.

The pink drink was my last meal. It was a watermelon and lime drink. The other picture has the ingredients for the lemonade drink. The drink consists of 2 tablespoons lemon juice (squeezed from a lemon- NOT from concentrate), 2 tablespoons Grade A maple syrup, 1/8th a teaspoon of cayenne pepper, and 8 ounces of water.

It really doesn't taste too bad and whenever I get tired, I just take a sip of the drink and I feel refreshed.

O.K. the one problem I had yesterday was a slight headache. I think this is due to my coffee and cigarette addiction.

Oh, don't worry. I'm still going to blog about food. I'm just not going to eat any of it (now that sounds crazy doesn't it).

Happy Eating!


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