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Soju.. Geonbae!

In Korea, SOJU is often served during meals. Soju is a rice based alcoholic drink which is available in many different flavours, such as; grapes, grapefruit, citrus and much more.
Soju is drunk from special shot glasses or as a mix and is more popular than beer in Korea!

Visit the site of soju.nl where many different sojus are for sale.

Tindle - plant based chicken

TiNDLE is made with primarily water, soy, coconut oil and the magic ingredient LIPI: a unique blend of all-natural vegetable fats and flavor that are matched to the taste of chicken.
TiNDLE is plant-based, dairy and nut free, but it does contain soy and gluten.

Get to know TINDLE at MIGAG and taste TINDLE on a Chu Cha Chicken sandwich or in our mandu.

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Korean BBQ

Korean Barbecue is the most popular way of eating in Korea. A grill plate (on the BBQ), stone grill or raclette grill is sufficient. You can grill delicious pieces of meat on this. Put a piece of meat together with some vegetables and/or rice in a lettuce leaf or nori leaf (seaweed leaf).

Season the piece of meat with a sauce. Then make a package and pop it in your mouth and experience a healthy taste explosion! A very pleasant way to eat with family and friends. Do you want to give this a try and do you have any questions? Ask Migag!

Bite-size package

Meat dishes are often accompanied by various cold side dishes. These can range from very spicy to very mild. It is best to eat this meal with lettuce leaves. For example, put a very small amount of rice in a lettuce leaf with a piece of meat and some vegetables with a nice sauce on top. Keep it small so that the lettuce leaf can be folded slightly to create a bite-sized package.
Delicious and healthy!

Bibimbap

Bibimbap is a dish that consists of a bowl of warm rice with cold vegetables on top. By mixing the rice and vegetables together, a lukewarm meal is created. Bibimbap means "mixed rice." Traditionally, the finishing touch is a raw egg or a fried egg.

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