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“Korean for "Bonito Flakes"”

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  • started 3 years ago by Dan
  1. Maangchi, or anybody, can you please let me know what is the Korean word for Bonito Flakes?

    I couldn't find them at the local Korean stores and I think I just missed them. If I could ask the Korean ladies who work there they would probably know what I mean.


  2. I think the closest thing to bonito flakes is dashida (anchovy stock)

  3. The Korean word for bonito flakes gasseuobushi; its just borrowed from the Japanese word katsuobushi. These days more and more Koreans are using bonito flakes so I've seen it sold in many Korean grocery stores, but not all.

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