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Buy dried chilis and blend them into powder It sounds like this community doesn't know more about the specific peppers used (and their North American subsitutes) than what @janeylicious has proposed. Howeover, I propose a different methodology for finding a good fit. You can buy dried chilis of many varieties from Latino and sometimes American grocery ...


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Does this product represent a dish in Korean cuisine or is it a fusion variation? If I could find a name I could find a recipe. It does not appear to be a korean dish, rather a version of the chinese pork jerky, which has been seasoned with a korean bbq style. How could I both cook and preserve my pork? If you are trying to replicate the product, it ...


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Yes, you can buy just about anything from Amazon, but sometimes "the hard way" is more fun, and you get to put that much more love into your K-food. This is certainly not the authentic Korean method of making gochugaru, but it works for me, and my kimchi turns out great!: Find a relatively "fresh" bag of dried "Chiles Japones" in the Mexican/Hispanic ...



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