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making a salad for breakfast. cutting cherry tomatoes in half. American cucumbers are fat so it feels like little strange to me. Red onion is also being diced. Dice red paprika as well… I love cilantro. Squeeze half a lemon. Lemon juice Black peppers Honey (a lot) Olive oil should be less than lemon juice It is my typical dressing for a salad. Add the cut vegetables to the bowl. Pre-cooked beans The salad dressing was too much so I added more vegetables Add some parmesan cheese chips The law of shedding when shooting Espresso extracted from apartment club lounge… Moderately tasty and moderately full. I came to look around the Whole Foods Market. It was early morning and there were few people. Greens for the salad that I always stock up in the refrigerator. Cilantro is cheaper than in Korea. (99 cents per bundle) bought a dressing for the salad. It is so cute that vegetables are on display in a neat way. Bananas are hanging in a line. Every time I come here, I feel good because of the cool display. American sweet potatoes are basically tasteless than Korea. A strange machine Machine to make fresh almond milk on the fly In recent years, the US nut milk market has grown tremendously. Yogurt recommended by subscribers before. very delicious. I would be very happy if you could recommend other delicious things for me. A small package of cottage cheese is good for salads. This is only $ 1.99. Butter section that subscribers were curious about my last vlog The brand of butter is very different from Korea. PB products are very cheap compared to Korea, and the rest are slightly cheaper than Korea. European butter is hard to find in the United States. I found my favorite Isigny butter and bought it. I think Korea is a good place for home bakers, selling a variety of ingredients for baking in small quantities. Cream cheese section that subscribers were also curious about my last vlog I love Kiri cream cheese from Europe, but I can’t find it in America. PB products are incredibly cheaper than Korea, and Philadelphia cream cheese is slightly cheaper than Korea. I love the craft cheese section. There are so many types of cheese and the taste is also great. I also like the factory-made cheese section. There are also cheeses such as Quark cheese, Crème fresh, and Fromage blanc, which are hard to see in Korea. There is only one brand of Coverture chocolate, Callebaut, and is more expensive than Korea. When I moved from Korea, I packed a lot of Vahlona chocolate in my suitcase, and I think it was perfect. Store baked cookies and bread Not so good, not so bad. I think I’m already fed up with these American style cookies… Cakes They are less delicate than Korean cakes. I want to try it, but the size is so big that I haven’t bought it yet. There are also an Asian-style strawberry shortcakeㄴ. There are many kinds of store-made bread and it looks delicious. American snacks are just chips and popcorns. I prefer the Korean snack side. I like thin potato chips, but American potato chips are basically thick. When you pick a fresh nut, this machine directly compresses it into nut butter. Selling coffee in the mart! It’s cool They also sell roasted coffee beans. These emit good scents throughout the store. The reason I visit Whole Food Market is because of this salad bar. Several salads and a la carte It tastes pretty good. Eating this makes me feel healthy. (But the customer is mostly women LOL) You can put food in this paper box. Be careful not to add too much, as the food mixes like dog food. This costs $ 11. This was the situation two weeks ago, and I’m going to show you today. Whole Food Market (March 14) There are no potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, and garlic. Canned food and daily necessities stocking began. The meat is also insufficient. There are no eggs at all. Some dairy products remain, but they have been sold a lot. No pasta and pasta sauce. There are only a few frozen foods. Nowadays, tissues have become extinct in New Jersey. There are still plenty of things that are not necessities. Chocolates and snacks I visit Wal-Mart to get a hand sanitizer. There are also very few items here because of hoarding. I was a little scared. Several people gathered loudly, so I followed. Omg, the clerk was just taking the hand sanitizer out of the box! I was very lucky. good job!!! Stocking up for Corona19 of a baking junkie I’ll be at home for a while, and the baking ingredients shouldn’t run out. It was such a struggle for collecting eggs and butter… Let me introduce my baking room! Ta-da I brought the oven I used in Korea. I’m afraid it won’t work because of the different voltage, but fortunately, it works. Ikea’s Irish table used in Korea I ordered artificial marble and put it on the table. Trolley, one of IKEA’s famous items There are food coloring, sprinkles, and various small tools inside. I bought two large cabinets from IKEA and placed them side by side. Tools that are not aesthetically plentiful are stored here. You wanna see it closely? There are stuffy things in the drawer. Food scrappers Aprons Kitchen clothes Cookie cutters Small cake molds This side contains various molds. My favorite wood props for shooting Cake molds Steel molds Silicon molds Here are some plastic bags for packing sweet things. It’s all from Korea. In the United States, there are no plastic bags of these various sizes. The price is also higher. Baking books and recipes I only brought some to America… Thanks to the large windows, this room is brighter than any other room. Since the window is southwest, it is bright when shooting in the afternoon. Refrigerator brought from Korea This is a refrigerator for baking ingredients only. It’s a little messy… I bought some chinas online. pit a pat Throw away it’s just an order sheet… There is not enough place to store dishes in the house, so I can’t buy a lot. Urgent It’s more beautiful than I thought. Urgent I like them all. As they are vintage products, you need to check that they are not scratched. The conditions are hopefully good. Marguerite by Franconia-Krautheim Sherwood by Syracuse Cream Color on Lavender (Shell Edge) by Wedgwood La Prada by Noritake Brookhollow by Noritake Stansbury by Syracuse You will see them in the video. The largest beneficiary of my US moving Won’t you come speedily? She is scared and often barks. Mother and daughter often fight. Can’t you open the door quickly? The most relaxing time of the day DOG IS LOVE

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