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Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 5:04 am
by yosevuk
Hi! I am Kenyan-American currently living/going to school in Seoul, South Korea. After some serious self-examination, I chose to stop eating animals in 2007, summer. The main reason I joined this forum is because I would like to hopefully learn more information about nutrition and bodybuilding, particularly in an environment which is not even vegetarian friendly i.e. Korea.

I also hope to interact and share experiences with anyone who is interested!

Thank you,


Yosevu

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:28 am
by jaguar
Hello Yosevu it's nice to meet you, I'm new here too =D
I know a little about Korean vegan food, such as kimchi... I have a great vegan recipe book which includes a Korean section so if you like I can give you some recipes and names of dishes to look out for (I'll have to fetch it back from my friend's house first though!!)
Do you currently do any training or track your food at all?
Enjoy the forum!
Opal

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Fri Sep 21, 2012 2:32 am
by robert
Welcome Yosevu,

Great to have you here!

Thanks for joining the community. Hope you enjoy our group. All the best and welcome aboard!

-Robert

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:57 pm
by C.O.
Hey Yosevu, welcome to the group here. Kenyan-American living in Korea! You sound like a very interesting person. I love Korean food but I can relate, especially in the states eating at Korean restaurants often the non-animal options are very limited.
I think you landed in the right place for the information you are looking for. Hope to hear more from you , keep sharing with us.

-Dylan

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:44 am
by yosevuk
jaguar wrote:Hello Yosevu it's nice to meet you, I'm new here too =D
I know a little about Korean vegan food, such as kimchi... I have a great vegan recipe book which includes a Korean section so if you like I can give you some recipes and names of dishes to look out for (I'll have to fetch it back from my friend's house first though!!)
Do you currently do any training or track your food at all?
Enjoy the forum!
Opal


Hi Jaguar, Sorry for the late reply. I appreciate your offer for some recipes and would be glad to try some except I live in the dormitory and cannot cook :( I do weight training and dance and table tennis and I do try to track my nutrition. I've decided to try sprouting actually for my main source of food. What about you, what do you do/eat?

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:49 am
by yosevuk
C.O. wrote:Hey Yosevu, welcome to the group here. Kenyan-American living in Korea! You sound like a very interesting person. I love Korean food but I can relate, especially in the states eating at Korean restaurants often the non-animal options are very limited.
I think you landed in the right place for the information you are looking for. Hope to hear more from you , keep sharing with us.

-Dylan


Hi C.O. :D

Nice to meet you. I guess korean food is more popular than I thought! I love it too, but it can be problematic for a vegetarian if you cannot cook for yourself or go to vegetarian restaurants everyday.

Re: Hello, my name is Yosevu

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:51 am
by yosevuk
robert wrote:Welcome Yosevu,

Great to have you here!

Thanks for joining the community. Hope you enjoy our group. All the best and welcome aboard!

-Robert


Thanks Robert!

Your vegan bodybuilding and fitness looks interesting... I will have to see if I can find it here.