Korean Cuisine: Red Bean Soup, Kimchi, Tofu, Korean Regional Cuisine, List of Korean Dishes, Chopsticks, Congee

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General Books, 2010 - 374 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Red bean soup, Kimchi, Tofu, Korean regional cuisine, Chopsticks, List of Korean dishes, Congee, Dog meat consumption in South Korea, Jiaozi, List of sources of Korean culinary history, List of Jeju dishes, Black garlic, Fried rice, Banchan, List of Seoul dishes, Kogi Korean BBQ, Mandu, Korean temple cuisine, Korean Chinese cuisine, List of Korean ingredients, Memiljeon, Galbi, Gimjang, Bibimbap, Korean barbecue, List of Jeolla dishes, Saeujeot, Bulgogi, Sundae, List of Gyeongsang dishes, Okara, Gui, Hoe, Andong jjimdak, Seon, Agujjim, Samgyeopsal, Galbijjim, Pepero, Pajeon, Sujebi, Doljanchi, Tarakjuk, Namul, Pyongyang, Steamed rice, Gwamegi, Ssam, Jeotgal, Jokbal, Budae jjigae, Jeonbokjuk, Tteok & Kitchen Utensil Museum, Tangpyeongchae, Kongbap, Sukjunamul, Choco Pie, Jangajji, Dak galbi, Bangjja, Heotjesabap, Bokkeum, Sannakji, Bugak, Yuhwang ori, Rhee Bros., Inc., Ganjang, Jorim, Anju, Jogijeot, Myeolchijeot, Gyeran jjim, Makchang gui, Han-u, Jatjuk, Siuijeonseo, Korean fried chicken, Eumsik dimibang, Gopchang, Hoedeopbap, Songpyeon, Bunsik, Sujeo, Hobakjuk, Ttukbaegi, Pojangmacha, Chalboribbang, Ogokbap, Tteokgalbi, Jeok, Kyochon, Mentaiko, Hodugwaja, Bossam, Buldak, Ojingeochae bokkeum, Garaetteok, Myeongran, Gulgukbap, Mieum, Hongeohoe, Bbopgi, Black sesame rice cake. Excerpt: Korean cuisine originated from ancient prehistoric traditions in the Korean peninsula and southern Manchuria, evolving through a complex interaction of environmental, political, and cultural trends. Korean cuisine is largely based on rice, noodles, tofu (in Korean, dubu), vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes (banchan) that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice. Kimchi is usually served at every meal. Commonly used ingredients include sesame oil, doenjang (fermented bean paste), soy sa...

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