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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lovers' Lane

2016/10/09 | 505 views | Permalink

My Korean Kitchen shows us how to prepare a popular sweet and sour side dish, Al Jazeera explores Korea's love of food in a short documentary, learn where and what to eat from one blogger's food adventures, and discover thirteen delicious vegan dishes.

"KOREAN STYLE GREEN CHILLI PICKLES"

Sue over at My Korean Kitchen has easy to follow instructions for making a popular sweet and sour Korean side dish. These Korean style green chilli pickles, Sue writes, are generally preferred during the summer months but can be enjoyed all year round. They may also help you regain your appetite, but note they will take a few days to go through the pickling process. They're "spicy, tangy, nutty and moreishly addictive!"

...READ ON MY KOREAN KITCHEN

"South Korea: Kimchi Crazy - 101 East"

Late last year Al Jazeera produced this 25-minute documentary about Korea's love of kimchi, specifically, and of the country's love food in general. Is Korea " obsessed " with food? Al Jazeera investigates...

...WATCH ON YOUTUBE

 

"MY FOOD ADVENTURES IN SOUTH KOREA: WHAT TO EAT IN SOUTH KOREA AND WHERE TO EAT IT!"

Blogger Britt Jeffs went on a food adventure in Korea and shares some tips on what to eat and where to eat it in the Land of the Morning Calm. Britt points out that food adventures are not only about trying delicious new foods, it's also about getting a taste of the culture. Getting out and trying new food "forces you to learn basic parts of the language, to get out of your comfort zone", writes Britt, it "makes you interact with the local people in ways you wouldn't otherwise do".

...READ ON ADVENTURE LIES IN FRONT

"13 Vegan Korean Recipes to Make You Say, 'Mashita!'"

So you're a vegan with your heart set on Seoul, what are you going to eat? Is Korea vegan-friendly? Will you be able to maintain your lifestyle/diet choices? In this post by Melinda McKee for Peta, you'll discover thirteen dishes that are not only vegan-friendly, but are simply delicious by anyone's standards-Mashita!

...READ ON PETA

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