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I like Korean food * 1
    #27193024 - 02/08/21 06:04 AM (2 months, 28 days ago)

Anyone interested?


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: max666666] * 1
    #27193126 - 02/08/21 08:36 AM (2 months, 28 days ago)

안녕하세요, pf 계란 준비에 한국 특산품이 있습니까?
annyeonghaseyo, pf gyelan junbie hangug teugsanpum-i issseubnikka?


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: max666666]
    #27193135 - 02/08/21 08:39 AM (2 months, 28 days ago)

Very much interested. What country are you in now? If you're in the U.S., there's likely a much more vibrant Korean food scene near you than you realize.


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: LeafRaker]
    #27194164 - 02/08/21 08:10 PM (2 months, 27 days ago)

I like kimchi.    The only reason I don't eat it is there is no Korean grocery store in or near my town.


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: max666666]
    #27212924 - 02/18/21 01:39 PM (2 months, 17 days ago)

I love my some Korean dishes! My favorite is Korean BBQ. So tasty.

Also nice Hangul there Buster_Brown! :yesnod:


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: LogicaL Chaos] * 1
    #27214962 - 02/19/21 04:11 PM (2 months, 16 days ago)

Not everybody likes kimchi, but it is one of the most excellent health foods that I know and eat regularly. I encourage everyone to look up the health benefits of not only kimchi, but fermented foods in general. If you don't have access to a Korean market, kimchi is fairly simple to make at home. Good luck!


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: por]
    #27289689 - 05/02/21 12:03 AM (7 days, 10 hours ago)

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por said:
Not everybody likes kimchi, but it is one of the most excellent health foods that I know and eat regularly. I encourage everyone to look up the health benefits of not only kimchi, but fermented foods in general. If you don't have access to a Korean market, kimchi is fairly simple to make at home. Good luck!


I love kimchi too, however, you have to be aware that a lot of the kimchi you find in a grocery store is not genuine kimchi.  It's not properly fermented, and it gets its taste mostly from chemicals.

If you want to have real kimchi, befriend a Korean whose mother is over 55 years old.  She most likely makes her own kimchi from scratch.


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: TinyBee]
    #27292761 - 05/03/21 09:29 PM (5 days, 13 hours ago)

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por said:
Not everybody likes kimchi, but it is one of the most excellent health foods that I know and eat regularly. I encourage everyone to look up the health benefits of not only kimchi, but fermented foods in general. If you don't have access to a Korean market, kimchi is fairly simple to make at home. Good luck!


I love kimchi too, however, you have to be aware that a lot of the kimchi you find in a grocery store is not genuine kimchi.  It's not properly fermented, and it gets its taste mostly from chemicals.

If you want to have real kimchi, befriend a Korean whose mother is over 55 years old.  She most likely makes her own kimchi from scratch.




Some of the Kimchi in store contains some unnecessary additions, most of it is vegetables, salt and the occasional dried sea critters that have been fermented together.


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: falcon] * 1
    #27298233 - 05/07/21 10:05 AM (2 days, 34 minutes ago)

I had Kimchi, it tasted worrisome, I tell you that, basically eating sometihing benevolently rotten, but it worked wonders for my gut flora, it was pure medicine, and because of that i'll happily eat it again, even though, instincts must be overridden to get it down.

Not storebought kimchi, quality restaurant-fermented kimchi that would be illegal to package :grin:


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Re: I like Korean food [Re: Asante]
    #27300131 - 05/08/21 02:19 PM (20 hours, 20 minutes ago)

Ha, I like the smell, unless there's a lot of garlic chives in the mix and the ferment is young, but even with a lot of garlic chives it smells good after a couple of weeks.


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