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  • in reply to: Sweet potato stem recipe? #52644
    Reinier
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    What would be the boiling time for the gogumajulki?

    in reply to: Hi from Holland #55319
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    Good luck cooking! You can find all the information about Dutch shops and online stores also here :)

    in reply to: Mapo tofu #54957
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    Great! Very different from the one u normally make, i will try the mapa dubu very soon! Thank you!

    in reply to: Leaving For Korea #55016
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    Dear Jamie. You deserve this trip do much, as a fellow korean food fan i compelety understand your passion for korean cooking, but you are truly taking it to a higher level! Have fun and post lots of photos and stories. Gapshida!

    in reply to: Does anybody use kochujang in their kimchi? #54996
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    Hi Ryan, i’ll add some when i make Kimchi next time. A few tablespoons you say? Should i leave out some gochugaro not to make it like an inferno so hot?

    in reply to: Mapo tofu #54955
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    I like mapo tofu, i used the recipe of cookingwithdog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhwPQL9dFYc

    My result:

    Mapo Tofu

    I made it with korean chili and black bean paste instead of Tian Mian Jiang and Doubanjiang.

    Good luck!

    in reply to: Buchu Kimchi #52902
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    That looks amazing! Was it good?

    in reply to: Doenjang- Expiration Date #54681
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    My last tub was over the date too for many weeks, but i didn’t worry. It looked and smelled good, i think harmfull bacteria will have a hard time surviving in there.

    Anyway, the beachu doenjang guk tasted great with it.

    in reply to: Doenjang- Expiration Date #54680
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    My last tub was over the date too for many weeks, but i didn’t worry. It looked and smelled good, i think harmfull bacteria will have a hard time surviving in there.

    Anyway, the beachu doenjang guk tasted great with it.

    in reply to: Hello from NZ #54591
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    Hi Jamie,

    You have some great pictures posted on your Flickr, you must be a great cook!

    I know how you feel when you say korean cuisine is the first food that truly satisfies the effort.

    Before i always thought that korean cooking was very difficult and elusive.

    But, with maangchi it’s made very accessible and easy.

    Good luck cooking every recipe here!

    in reply to: Buchu Kimchi #52899
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    I just met my own request and Maangchi was so kind to help me posting the recipe! Thank you Maangchi, the buchu kimchi was delicious i just finished the lot!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77L-GHVmxKM

    in reply to: Fried dumpling #52307
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    Thank you! The mixer is a hand blender mounted on a container with a blade indside, philips brand.

    in reply to: Fried dumpling #52303
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    Great to film a cooking show???? Yeah! i did!

    Here is my dumpling recipy on video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7ysgwDZPqk

    in reply to: Stifado #52299
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    I made a video of the recipy!

    Enjoy!

    in reply to: Korean Grocery Store in Amsterdam area, the Netherlands #52917
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    Rotterdam? Me 2!

    Here are the addresses for korean groceries in Rotterdam:

    Kazagaruma:

    Pannekoekstraat 99a (near the main market square)

    Rotterdam

    Inter Burgo:

    Vareseweg 1 (spaanse polder industrial estate)

    Rotterdam

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotoosvanrobin/3644002776/

    (a picture because the entrance is hidden)

    By the way, next door to Kazagaruma is a great korean eatery, it’s called Gamasot and highly recommendable!

    Good luck!

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