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Portland: Purple Inari from Food Front Cooperative Grocery



Guess what. My darling + I went to an interesting grocery store and found us a yummy purple inari roll just for $1.25 at Food Front Cooperative Grocery in the northwest district of Portland. Cheap as bloody hell! Huge rice balls made of wild purple rice seasoned with sesame seeds and shredded carrots, packed in . . .

Eugene: Vegan Cornbread Cafe



It's a vegan cornbread cafe. A tiny one parked on SE corner of Oak & 13th, near a Thai restaurant I devoured at in the past few years. My boyfriend and I checked it out and we offered to take photos of their combo meals since they didn't have any pictures of them! :( Check out . . .

The Dharma Realm Guan Yin Sagely Monastery – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Today we head off to the vegetarian fast food center at the Monastery. Housed in an old monastery, The Dharma Realm Guan Yin Sagely Monastery, this religious order offer an affordable lunch buffet that runs until 2:30pm when prayer/chants begin. We area leaving early though so we can get some of the food . . .

Interesting Tidbits



I really enjoyed this can of soda but I have no idea what the flavor is: Kickapoo Joy Juice The 5 ringgit note (about $1.40) has is made of a different material than the other notes and has the cool little window in it: The New 5 Ringit Note One of my favorite new things-chocolate coated rice crisps in . . .

First Week + Costs in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



So we've been here one week. I'm not sure whether to say it feels like a blip or an eternity. It certainly feels like an eternity since we stayed at the hotel in Chinatown. For all the bad things I could say about them I'll take a moment to focus on the . . .

Our New Studio – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Hello all, this is Rika writing. Today was a beautiful day out, it was hot and sizzling. We met up with our real estate agent and the owner, signed the lease, and paid the advance deposits & utilities. And the keys/card were ours! Then we went back on the subway to Masjid Jamek and ate . . .