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2009/09/10

Day 63 -- Making Kimbab

Kimbab is Korean-style sushi: vegetables and meat wrapped in rice and seaweed. It's ubiquitous because it's cheap and easy to make. For the most part. If you don't make the rice with the right texture, your kimbab will fall apart when you try to cut the rolls. I did pretty well with my tuna kimbab. Also, pictures.


In the foreground, all the vegetables, meat, seasame leaves, and egg-omelette-thing ready to be rolled up. In the background, host mom and Min Kyeong checking the texture of the rice.

Moment of truth--host mom cutting up one of my kimbab rolls. yayy it didn't fall apart!
Ta-daaa

2 comments:

Hawk said...

I am so hungry and that looks so delicious. I'm jealous.

Cecile LaFramboise said...

Hey Lindsay,
Love your blogs, but find it hard to believe that you are eating all that Korean food. Good for you!
You are having an incredible experience and we are so proud of you.
Love,
Memere and Pepere