Monthly Archives for July 2011

Seasoned Gochujang

Gochujang, directly translated from Korean, means hot chili pepper paste/sauce. “Gochu” means hot chili pepper. And “jang” means paste or sauce. It is the condiment of choice in Korea. Gochujang can be served with crudités, sashimi, ssam (“wrap”), bibimgooksoo (“mixed … Continue reading

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28. July 2011 by gomo
Categories: Dairy-Free, Dips/Spreads/Sauces, Korean Food, Vegan, Vegetarian | Tags: , | 2 comments

Toasted Sesame Seeds

Toasted sesame seeds are essential in Korean cooking. You can buy toasted sesame seeds from most markets. But they are not as fragrant and tasty as when they are freshly toasted. And you can easily toast them at home. It’s … Continue reading

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26. July 2011 by gomo
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Germinated Brown Rice

So because this is the first week that I’m blogging, I’m starting with the basics of Korean food.  And I begin with the most basics of Korean food – rice – but with a twist. I started cooking a few … Continue reading

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25. July 2011 by gomo
Categories: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Grains, Vegan, Vegetarian | Tags: | 2 comments

Welcome

Welcome to my first blog post. I am starting this blog to make up for my lack of discipline. Let me explain. I grew up with a Korean grandmother who cooked like a master chef with little regard to written … Continue reading

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22. July 2011 by gomo
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