At Home, At Work, Restaurants

Jus’ Poke Bowl

I have been craving for good ceviche, but couldn’t find a good place around work. Then picked up poke bowl instead.

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Original & Spicy Poke Bowl with Spicy Edamame $9.50
Paired with Omission Lager (gluten free beer)

Original tastes pretty good. Spicy edamame is delicious with a quite kick and a little sweetness. I am not a big fan of spicy poke, which they say is the most popular.

Jus’ Poke
501 N Pacific Coast Hwy
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(310) 379-1133
www.juspoke.com
$
★★★

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breakfast: veggie juice, grapes, pizza toast + coffee

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lunch: leftover gimbap

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leftover zenmai

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afternoon: two pieces of chocolate

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At Home, At Work

Korean Day

When having no idea what’s for lunch or dinner, Korean markets are very helpful. There are a variety of ready-to-eat and easy-to-cook stuff.

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lunch: Gimbap, garlic zenmai, instant noodle

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dinner after yoga: marinated kalbi, kimchi, soon tofu with egg & Korean watercress

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breakfast: veggie juice, grapes, brioche with chocolate peanut butter spread + coffee

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This is fairly tasty. I still miss Nutella tho.

At Home, At Work

No Nutella :(

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breakfast: Kiku apple
It tastes close to Fuji.

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brioche with dark chocolate peanut butter + coffee
Sprouts doesn’t sell Nutella any more, at least no stock yesterday. They say, “We don’t carry.” It is so sad. We decided to try something new, but it doesn’t taste as good as Nutella 😦

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lunch: Spaghetti with bacon & cabbage in tomato sauce

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afternoon snack: Macha pocky

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dinner: beef tataki, broccoli, grated yamaimo with egg yolk over half brown rice

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dessert: strawberry mousse
I love the recipe I learned in the cooking class yesterday. It is so easy and simple to make.