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    Korean Food Essay

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    Development of Korean food is directly related to its natural environment. They also eat a lot of seafood since Korea is near the sea. It was an agricultural society in the ancient period due to the economy in Korea is not very developed (Lambert 2013). They cultivate rice as their main food. In the earlier time, the people in Korea do not have sufficient food even they work hard on the land due to poor agriculture technology and the limited land resources. Thus, they have to adopt the more economical way to overcome the problem. The kimchi (pickled vegetables) is considered as an important food for their daily life. Almost any vegetable can be fermented to make kimchi. For example, cabbage, radish, cucumber and string onion can be used to…

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    videos and artists and I became hooked. I am simply amazed at Korean pop videos how even though I do not know the language their videos tell the stories for me to understand. For example, this song called Haru Haru, Day by Day, by Big Bang, was about a girl having cancer and boyfriend did not know and there was a lot of drama and true love prevails at the end of the video. It’s refreshing from typical American pop music and TV shows because I do not have to worry about seeing extreme violence,…

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    Korean Food Case Study

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    industry, make such Korean culinary courses or schools in the overseas, establish kimchi institute to make kimchi become global, and the last is implement the use of internet to build up the network to promote Korean food better. Targeting to increase Korean restaurants in the world to reach 40.000 is one of this campaign’s missions. Right now, in Asia, there are 34 restaurants already opened. In Europe, there are 193 restaurants that already opened. In America, there are 80 restaurants…

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    world. Then, the government chose gastrodiplomacy as the targeted to invite people all over the world and introducing Korean food as the main instrument of this diplomacy. Some of Korean food was treated become fermentation. That fermentation way already used by generations to generations in their community, one of the examples is kimchi. Kimchi is a Korean fermented vegetable food that are salted, blended with various ingredients and fermented for a certain period of time at ambient…

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    Lycopene Research Paper

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    Due to its high content of vitamin C, it prevents colds and flu, boosts immunity, and fights inflammation. Kimchi Kimchi or spicy pickled cabbage has immune boosting properties. Rich in pre- and probiotics, it balances gut flora and improves digestion. Low in calories and high in fiber, kimchi is ideal for dieters. Konjac Flour Konjac flour is made from the root of the plant with the same name. Compared to other types of flour, it's much lower in cars and calories. Konjac also contains…

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    The festival had thirteen booths relating to Korean culture that visitors could visit. The booths included Korean trivia, kimchi demonstrations, hanbok paper folding, and gong-ki-nori Korean jacks. Each booth provided people with an insight into Korean culture. The first booth that I visited was jegichagi which is closely related to hacky sack in America. The game jegichagi consists of people trying to kick a jegi ( paper shuttlecock) with the instep of their foot multiple times or back and…

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    Navon 1977 Study

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    students) had to press the button on the keyboard as soon as they identified the local characters. The results revealed that it takes significantly longer to distinguish the local character when they are different from global features than it does to identify them when they are the same. Introduction We are able to perceive the world due to our ability to identify two-dimensional patterns. Many theories presumed that pattern recognition works by first processing key features, and then followed…

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    agricultural polyculture. South Korea grows many crops, but they use a majority of their agricultural land to farm rice and raise cattle. According to Introduction to Geography, in the year 2011, S. Korea had an average yield of cereals, in kilograms per hectare, of 4,001 to 9,000. The term cereal in the average yield is wheat, rice, and maize. While in the year 2011, the United States had an average of 50 to 99 million cattle, while South Korea had less than 12 million cattle, which they can…

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    Leaky Gut Research Paper

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    fructose corn syrup. Sauerkraut Sauerkraut is an acquired taste for some people being that it is fermented cabbage. But if you’re someone who likes the taste, eat more of it because this food is loaded with healthy live cultures. Miso Soup You may have had miso soup before at a Japanese restaurant. Not only is this broth-based soup delicious and soothing, it also happens to be an excellent source of probiotics. Miso paste, made from thermophillus, bifudus, bulgaricus is full of lactobacilli…

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    fermentation that is still quite common is the pit fermentation of cabbage in China to make kimchi. Animals such as squirrels, birds, and even monkeys bury or sour foods such as nuts, seeds, flowers, and fruits which causes them to ferment. Fermentation can make foods more nutritious, give them a stronger flavor, and it breaks down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins that our bodies can use. 2. Both plants and people have a protective layer that keeps, or is meant to keep, bacteria from entering…

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