Korean meals are built around rice, vegetables, and meat that may be grilled, steamed, or raw in the case of fish. Expect an abundance of flavorful side dishes, including Kimchi—spicy fermented vegetables containing cabbage and radish—at nearly every meal. Prevalent seasonings include sesame oil, fermented bean and chili pastes, soy sauce, garlic, ginger, and pepper flakes. Mung beans and bean sprouts are also popular, and may be sautéed or made into porridges, noodles, and pancakes.
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