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Korean Kimchi cooking class

Preparation and cooking with kimchi, 10 Februar 2024

NEW - Korean Cooking Class, Škofljica, Ljubljana

Next Korean Cooking Class for 6-8 participants:
Class - 13th Januar 2024

LINK - cooking Class

 

 

NEW Kimchi, 20 days fermented

Alge soljene, kim, nori, 20g, -10%

ACTION, Tokpokki 600g -50%

AKCIJA, tokpokki for soup, 600g, -50%

Ramen, Buldak, pekoč Piščanec, 불닭 볶음면 , 140g

Ramen korejski instant rezanci, Buldak, Carbonara

Koreai kultúra

Üdvözöljük a KJ Market koreai online áruházban. Koreai ételek és koreai ételkészítés választékát kínáljuk. Rendszeresen törekszünk a termékválaszték bővítésére. Minden visszajelzést szívesen fogadunk. Szlovéniába, Horvátországba, Ausztriába, Németországba, Magyarországra, Olaszországba küldünk megrendeléseket. Tekintse meg eredeti és egyedi receptek gyűjteményét a koreai hagyományos ételek elkészítéséhez. Ajánljuk a koreai nyelvű használati utasításokat is (on-line). Házi készítésű koreai kimchi és koreai főzőtanfolyamok kis csoportoknak (3-6 fő) előkészítés alatt állnak.

Köszönjük, KJ-Market csapat

Koreai ételek és hagyományok

A koreai nép ősidők óta hisz abban, hogy az étel és az orvosság azonos eredetű, és ezért azonos funkciót tölt be, követve a mondást, miszerint "az étel a legjobb orvosság". Úgy vélik, hogy az egészség és a betegség egyaránt az elfogyasztott ételekből és azok fogyasztásának módjából ered, és ez a gondolat döntő szerepet játszott a hagyományos koreai orvoslás kialakulásában, amelynek alapelve, hogy csak az ételek sikertelensége után szabad gyógyszert alkalmazni.

Korean Kimchi

A kimchi, amely mostanában kezd világhírnévre szert tenni, mint Korea reprezentatív étele, rákellenes tulajdonságai és táplálkozási értéke miatt, valamint számos variációja miatt, amelyek izgalmasan változatos ízeket és zamatokat eredményeznek. A leggyakoribb kimchi-típus úgy készül, hogy sózott fehér káposztát keverünk chiliporból, fokhagymából, újhagymából, koreai retekgyömbérből, halszószból és egyéb összetevőkből, például friss tengeri herkentyűkből álló kimchi pasztával. A kimchi frissen is fogyasztható, de általában több napos erjesztés után fogyasztják. A kimchit általában több napos erjesztés után fogyasztják, bár egyesek inkább a mugeunji (érett kimchi) nevű, több mint egy évig teljesen erjesztett kimchit részesítik előnyben.

 

A kimchi összetevői az egyes régiók és azok különleges helyi termékei és hagyományai szerint változnak. Szöul például híres a gungjung kimchiről (királyi kimchi), a bossam kimchiről (csomagolt kimchi), a chonggak kimchiről (egész retek kimchi) és a kkakdugiról (kockára vágott retek kimchi), míg Jeolla-do tartomány a godeulppaegi kimchiről (koreai saláta kimchi) és a gat kimchiről (levélmustár kimchi).

2001-ben a Codex Alimentarius Bizottság a koreai kimchit felvette a nemzetközileg elismert szabványok közé, 2012-ben pedig hivatalosan elismerte a "kimchi káposzta" kifejezést, amelyet addig "kínai káposzta" néven emlegettek. 2006-ban egy amerikai egészségügyi magazin, a Health Magazine a kimcsit a világ öt legegészségesebb élelmiszere közé választotta.

Koreai kimchi (több mint 250 fajta)

Erjesztett zöldségekből és különböző fűszerekkel készült koreai nemzeti étel, amelyet a koreaiak már 3000 éve fogyasztanak. Szinte nélkülözhetetlen köretnek számít, de számos étel elkészítésének alapjául is szolgál. Állítólag a kimchi rendszeres fogyasztása az egyik oka a karcsú alakjuknak.

  • Bibimbap. Friss és fűszerezett zöldségekkel, darált marhahússal és chilipasztával tálalt főtt rizs. A Bibimbap (szó szerint "kevert rizs") lényegében egy főtt rizsből álló étel, amelyet főzés előtt friss és fűszerezett zöldségekkel, tükörtojással, darált marhahússal és egyéb hozzávalókkal keverve tálalnak. Az étel szorosan kapcsolódik Jeonju-hoz, az UNESCO által "A gasztronómia városának" nevezett városhoz, ahol minden ősszel ételekkel kapcsolatos fesztiválokat tartanak, köztük a Bibimbap Fesztivált, amely egész Koreából és azon túlról is vonzza a gasztronómusokat. A bibimbap nemrégiben kezdett világszerte figyelmet kapni tápértékének kiegyensúlyozottsága miatt, amely állítólag segít megóvni azokat, akik fogyasztják, az időskori betegségektől, és ma már általában a koreai konyha három legjellemzőbb ételének egyikeként említik a kimcsi és a bulgogi mellett a Koreán kívüli rajongók.

Korejski Bibimpap

Korean Cosmetics, K-beauty

K-Beauty is to cosmetics what K-Pop is to the world of music. A reworked version - adapted to local tastes, refreshed and rich in multiple influences, particularly Japanese - of what big international labels were offering until then. And with this original and innovative offer, the Land of the Morning Calm has recently established itself as the world’s third-largest cosmetics exporter after France and the United States.

Korean women are known to have very soft skin in general; however, many Korean women desire more translucent and porcelain-like glass skin.

To fulfill their dearest wish, they invest considerable time and money in cosmetics and beauty products to take care of their skin—which explains where the famous multi-step face-care regime is coming from. 

K-beauty, Korean Cosmetics

What is Korea best at?

It is difficult to say what Korea is "best at" as the country has a rich and diverse culture with many strengths and achievements. Some of the things that Korea is known for include:

  1. Technology and innovation: Korea is a global leader in technology and innovation, with a strong emphasis on research and development. The country is home to many leading technology companies, such as Samsung and LG, and is known for its advanced infrastructure and high-tech industries.

  2. Cultural exports: Korea is known for its cultural exports, including K-pop music, Korean dramas, and Korean cuisine. These exports have gained popularity around the world and have contributed to the country's global influence.

  3. Manufacturing: Korea is a major global producer of goods, with a focus on high-tech and high-value products. The country is known for its efficient and innovative manufacturing industry, which includes sectors such as automobiles, electronics, and shipbuilding.

  4. Education: Korea has a highly developed education system and is known for its high academic standards and strong emphasis on education. The country has a high literacy rate and a large number of top-ranked universities.

  5. Sports: Korea has a strong tradition of excellence in sports, particularly in sports such as taekwondo, archery, and short track speed skating. The country has a strong showing in international competitions and is known for producing many top-ranked athletes.

  6. Art and design: Korea has a long tradition of art and design, with a focus on ceramics, woodblock printing, and traditional textiles. In recent years, the country has also become known for its contemporary art and design, with many Korean artists and designers gaining international recognition.

  7. Environmental conservation: Korea is known for its efforts to protect the environment and has implemented various policies and initiatives to preserve natural habitats and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The country is also home to a number of beautiful natural areas, including national parks and forests.

  8. Literature and cinema: Korea has a rich literary and cinematic tradition and is known for producing a number of highly regarded writers and filmmakers. Korean literature and cinema have gained international recognition in recent years, with many Korean works being translated and screened abroad.

  9. Traditional crafts: Korea is home to a number of traditional crafts and arts, including pottery, papermaking, and metalworking. These crafts are an important part of Korean culture and are often passed down through generations.

  10. Health care: Korea has a highly developed health care system and is known for its advanced medical technology and research. The country has a high life expectancy and a strong focus on preventative care.

Korean Ramen ramyun
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