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Does Korean cuisine have its own version of dumplings?

 

Mandoo (mandu). They're served boiled, shallow fried or steamed. We also have big Chinese-Korean steamed bun dumplings, some supermarkets in L.A. have specialty vendors that sell nothing but. Interestingly, I've heard that these dumplings are called Korean dumplings in parts of Russia because it's the Koreans who make them. In Korea it was almost always Chinese immigrants who made them. Go figure.

 

I will look for these on Miga's menu.

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I wrote an entry about Korea for a food culture encyclopedia. If anyone is interested in reading it, pm me your email address.

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I wrote an entry about Korea for a food culture encyclopedia. If anyone is interested in reading it, pm me your email address.

 

can you send it to me?

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I'm out of here. I am so tired of you and your trolling. You're quiet for a long time, then you start up with me again. Rinse and repeat.

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oh scream, how you hurt my feelings. but more than that you make me worry about you. you mustn't feel that i care so much about you--which i assume you do since you accuse me of being a troll, when i barely, if ever, engage with you on the various subjects you write about on a daily basis (apparently one post of disagreement from me is magnified in your eyes into a veritable campaign of baiting).

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I love Korean food, but I always have an indent on my ring finger after using those thin metal chopsticks! Am more used to the round plastic Chinese ones...

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