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Ssam Signature Box (Subscription)
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Ssam Signature Box (Subscription)
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------- What is Ssam? -------

The Holy Grail of wraps, tracing back at least 1,000 years in Korean cuisine.
True to its literal meaning in Korean, Ssam is simply a "wrap" of fresh leafy greens and a small dollop of "SsamJang," a soybean paste condiment with a nutty, savory twang. It's often wrapped with raw or cooked vegetables, rice, or meat.
Maybe you've had Ssam, but this is Ssamthing else entirely.

We're taking Ssam to the next several levels with 11 distinctly flavorful, nutritious greens along with a rotating flower bouquet, and our very own freshly made Ssamjang condiment.

12-Variety Ssam
"Myong" Ssamjang*
Sesame Leaf
Rainbow Chard
Chrysanth Leaf
Salanova Lettuce
Red Frill
Blood Sorrel
Ruby Mustard
Red Shiso
 Nasturtium
Rose Chicory
Iceplant

*(vegan, contains nuts, no dairy)

Greens & Veggies
1 LB Salanova or other Lettuce
1 pack Iceplant
1 pack Sesame Leaf
2 pcs Squashini or 6-Ball Squash
2 pcs KinderNut Squash
2 bunch Tokyo Negi

Flower Bouquet
1 pack Garlic Chive Blossom
1 pack Citrus Gems

Subscribers
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Tokyo-Negi Lettuce Ssam Salad:

1 head Salanova Lettuce
1 stalk Tokyo Negi
1 tbsp White Vinegar
1 tbsp Sesame Oil
Salt
Pepper

1/2 tbsp Seasoned Sesame Salt (optional)
1/2 tbsp GochuJang (optional)
1/2 tbsp Sugar (optional)

1. Cut the Negi lengthwise into fine slices (stripping with a fork multiple times works well too) and soak in water for 20-30 min. This makes the Negi milder.

2. Chop the lettuce as you would for salad and set aside.

3. Drain the Negi then add it with the lettuce into a large mixing bowl, and toss with vinegar, sesame oil, and the optional items, add salt/pepper to adjust to taste. Optional items infuse savory, sweet & mildly-spicy twang to the salad.

 

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