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  • in reply to: Fried dumpling#52306
    J0722
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    your kitchen looks beautiful!

    love your mixer by the way… where to find, i wonder

    ^^

    J0722
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    I think you mean noo roong ji?

    It’s rice, correct?

    Maangchi mentions it in her shik hye (rice punch) video.

    hope this helped :)

    in reply to: Pizza Bread#53231
    J0722
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    thank you for the recipe. wow, cant believe u translated it.

    thats was really really nice of you.

    even if brnxandy didnt read it.. I’m sure others like myself have read it.

    thanks again~~

    in reply to: How to make drink recipe#52600
    J0722
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    sounds like you are talking about misutgaru. I’ve never had a homemade kind. but knowing Maangchi she would have a secret. if there is a korean mart you can go to you would be able to find it in the grain isle

    in reply to: Sweet Pepper side dish#52570
    J0722
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    I made this recently for the first time myself with help from my friend in korea. of course she did not give me measurements! the peppers get a rinse then coated in flour (I used all purpose flour) steamed until soft. then tossed with soysauce and sesame oil sprinkle with sesame seeds. after tasting it I put a bit of crushed garlic and red pepper flakes (which her recipe did not call for.)

    hope this helps. :o)

    in reply to: Recipe for Na Go Gee#52592
    J0722
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    hmmm… if the sauce was sweet and spicy, maybe meant kan poong gi?

    oh and Maangchi I would like to thank you for your recipes. they’re great! I tried your dak gangjung recipe(yummy) and have made it three times this month per my family’s request. although this time around changed the recipe to make it more like kanpoongi.we have a vegetarian around the house so used mushrooms instead of chicken.

    thank you. your recipes/videos are not only easy to follow but is also a priceless learning experience.

    in reply to: Kumgangsan (Flushing, USA)#52201
    J0722
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    last time I visited jangtuh was a year ago. I was thoroughly disappointed. That place did serve good food but that was ten years ago!

    kumgangsan is way over rated. That restaurant has been there for a long long time. they were in Zagat way before the other asian restaurants. So I’m guessing time and effort(in American-izing their staff and menu) put them on top. Aside from the occasional weddings I HAVE TO attend there I have stopped dining there. One evening while waiting for the valet guy to bring our car we noticed a big container of mi-won (msg) being used as a cigarette disposal by the main entrance. It must have been about three feet tall!(I was in heels) I refuse to pay all that money for food with msg in it!

    I would much rather make it myself. would definitely be able to make it at a fraction of their price and taste better too.

    in reply to: What to grow?#51926
    J0722
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    Perilla leaves are great to have in the garden. they are easy to take care of. water well and keep in full sun. they also work in plant potters on a balcony.

    in reply to: Seeds for a Korean Vegetable Garden#51955
    J0722
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    congrats on creating your own garden!

    when I’m unable to find seeds. I’ll buy the vegetable and plant the seed from the vegetable. at the end of summer I collect seeds from the veggies I really loved and save it for spring.

    in reply to: Translation Help—>wakame seaweed#52423
    J0722
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    It’s hae cho. (do not have korean on my comp)

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