Dokdo Is Ours parodies the campaign to globalize Korean food by people who don’t have much actual experience with the food business or countries outside of Korea.
Korea is abundant in fermented foods, which are healthy, tasty, healthy, tasty, and also healthy. From kimchi to condiments like doenjang (bean paste) and gochujang, to kimchi, as well as pickled and salted beans, pickled and salted sprouts, pickled and salted quail eggs, pickled and salted turnips, pickled and salted radishes, pickled and salted sesame leaves, and pickled and salted stalks, there is a veritable rainbow of pickled and salted flavors to be tasted in Korean side-dishes.
Thanks for the link. You know, looking around, this food blog of yours isn’t so bad, either. I wonder if you’re as popular as I am.
I just noticed that in your comment boxes, URL is spelled URI. At first I wondered what do I put in URI? LOL 🙂
I’ve been diagnosed with high blood pressure and have been advised to stay away from pickled and fermented food by my doctor. If most Korean food are marinated in salty fermented stuff or pickled, it is definitely not that healthy.
I beg to disagree, ZenKimchi is MORE popular than you and your site is not really that good.
. . . fatman hopes she is making a funny, because otherwise that’s just mean. On the other hand, if DokdoIsOurs isn’t that funny, then they’re no longer professional, and we can give them the no-prize for our Korean Food is Healthy and the Best ™ article fisk^^ Congrats!
Doddie wishes he/she could be as funny as DokdoIsOurs. DokdoIsOurs recommends eating Kimchi instead of sour grapes.
I just noticed–is he in the middle of a field?