------- 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.
Chrysanth Leaf | Salanova Lettuce
Red Shiso | Huacatay
Blood Sorrel | Ruby Mustard
Red Frill | Iceplant
2 LB Indigo Kiwi Tomato
1 pack Sesame Leaf
2 pcs Squashini or 6-Ball Squash
3 pcs Korean Cucumber
2 bunch Tokyo Negi
1 pack Citrus Gems, Pansies, Nasturtiums
(or similar seasonal flowers)
List may change depending on availability,
but we'll notify here as far in advance as possible.