Ssam is spoonfuls of rice wrapped in wide leafs such as lettuce, Chinese cabbage, sesame leafs, fresh seaweed and dried laver with soybean paste. Ssam are vegetable leaf wraps that is a uniquely part of the Korean diet, that is much love by many Koreans

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