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(The Takeout)   South Korea gets all the cool food. Case in point: Green Onion Chex cereal   (thetakeout.com) divider line
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2020-06-30 10:07:50 AM  
can't I just put milk on Funyuns?

They would be good in chex mix
 
2020-06-30 10:20:18 AM  
Pass.
 
2020-06-30 10:35:25 AM  
Today I learned the Chex, a General Mills cereal almost everywhere, is a Kellogg's brand in South Korea. I wonder how that happened.
 
2020-06-30 10:55:02 AM  
If you never had any of the japanese kitkat flavors, you are missing out in so many ways

I mean yeah, some of them are pure puke in a wrapper, but some of them you try and just want to kill the person who decided not to market that flavor worldwide
 
2020-06-30 11:06:39 AM  
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2020-06-30 11:10:54 AM  
Gross.
 
2020-06-30 11:18:59 AM  
I wish I could get legit Korean food where I live without having to drive for an hour.

There's one joint and it is GOOD. It's just slightly too far away from home to make it a normal jaunt.

/heck yes i want kimchi
 
2020-06-30 11:39:54 AM  
 Now I want to eat cereal out of one of those magma hot stone bowls they use for dolsot bibimbap.

/insert chef homer pic here
 
2020-06-30 12:09:43 PM  
I want some of those to put in my holiday chex mix. Mom used to make a whole turkey roaster full of it, delicious stuff but really high salt content, so it kinda fell out of favor...
 
2020-06-30 12:21:10 PM  
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2020-06-30 12:45:12 PM  

casual disregard: I wish I could get legit Korean food where I live without having to drive for an hour.

There's one joint and it is GOOD. It's just slightly too far away from home to make it a normal jaunt.

/heck yes i want kimchi


For main dishes, it's not too difficult to make Korean food at home. But there is zero chance I'd ever have 10 different types of kimchi onhand at home.

We will occasionally make bibimbap, seafood pajeon, or japchae at home. We'll frequently make the different bulgogis year round. But that kimchi appetizer set (namul) just isn't happening.
 
2020-06-30 1:02:50 PM  

We Ate the Necco Wafers: casual disregard: I wish I could get legit Korean food where I live without having to drive for an hour.

There's one joint and it is GOOD. It's just slightly too far away from home to make it a normal jaunt.

/heck yes i want kimchi

For main dishes, it's not too difficult to make Korean food at home. But there is zero chance I'd ever have 10 different types of kimchi onhand at home.

We will occasionally make bibimbap, seafood pajeon, or japchae at home. We'll frequently make the different bulgogis year round. But that kimchi appetizer set (namul) just isn't happening.


I want to eat that food :c
 
2020-06-30 1:34:37 PM  
For those of you pining for authentic Korean food may I present Maangchi. I learned to cook Korean food from my MIL mouth to ear, Maangchis cooking is as close to my MILs that I've found. Most of the ingrediaents can be bought at your local american grocery store and those that arent can usually be found online via Amazon or H-Mart. I know this because I live in a small town in middle of nowhere Nevada and I would die without Korean food.

https://www.maangchi.com/

Youre welcome.
 
2020-06-30 3:25:32 PM  
This sounds like it might be good. I routinely put chives in with my eggs, and if I'm at a restaurant for breakfast, flip a coin as to whether their omelettes have green onions or chives.

I would assume that the flavoring doesn't include the various sulfates that give onions their characteristic bite (green or otherwise). Cooking the onions briefly seems to remove it, while maintaining flavor, so I would assume this is part of the flavor extraction process.

Also, green onions in east Asian cooking are FREAKING AWESOME. I would expect this cereal to be the same.
 
2020-06-30 6:45:56 PM  

Sapper_Topo: For those of you pining for authentic Korean food may I present Maangchi. I learned to cook Korean food from my MIL mouth to ear, Maangchis cooking is as close to my MILs that I've found. Most of the ingrediaents can be bought at your local american grocery store and those that arent can usually be found online via Amazon or H-Mart. I know this because I live in a small town in middle of nowhere Nevada and I would die without Korean food.

https://www.maangchi.com/

Youre welcome.


Plus, she's pretty adorable.
 
2020-06-30 8:03:02 PM  

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Is that the octopus eating scene in Oldboy?
 
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