Protein

Where to buy Protein Powder in Korea

Before I get into this week’s post- I want to recommend you all head over to Kimchi Bytes and check out this article by Brent Sheffield. It’s about the outdoor exercise equipment in Korea, and I am the lovely female model you see enjoying herself with the gorgeous male model- Paul Wiltshire. It was so much fun to do and I was very honoured to have been asked!

I think this will be a helpful post for people- so even though I’m leaving in less than 2 months, I thought I’d share what I’ve learned about buying protein powder while in Korea.

If you, like me, like your protein powder then you may be trying to figure out the most cost effective way to find a supply while over here.


Protein Bread

What do you do when you’ve run out of protein powder and you want something other than meat post workout?

You make protein bread!!!

This turned out to be a happy surprise- I didn’t really know what the result would be, but it was definitely a winner!


If I Build It, Will They Come?

Hello, KoreaBridge!

     I'm doing a bit of market research to see if there's enough interest to start a vitamins, minerals, supplements, herbs, sports nutrition, diet, energy, health, and beauty products business in Busan that could also ship to anywhere in South Korea.  

 

     I see lots of healthy, active people when I'm out and about.  If you're anything like me, you want to improve your daily nutrition, maximize your energy, and be reasonably healthy.  Perhaps you're also like me and you've had a really difficult time finding worthwhile products here in Korea.  It seems there are two options:

     1) you buy things from the U.S. or your respective country of choice and wait a long time and pay duty fees, or

     2) you ask a Korean friend to help you order products on webpages that are all in Korean.  


Salt and Vinegar Roasted Chickpeas

These high-protein snacks replicate the flavour of salt and vinegar chips. They go perfectly with cocktails and beer. I take these salty treats with me to work and school (sin cocktails) as they travel easily and stay fresh for roughly ten days.

Ingredients:

2 cups cooked chickpeas/garbanzo beans (drain and rinse if you’re using canned beans)

2 cups apple cider vinegar

1 cup of water

1 tbsp sea salt

1 tbsp garlic salt

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil


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