KOREAN FOOD Seaweed Soup Recipe Miyeokguk 미역국

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  1. Hi squishy 🙂
    could I use wakame seaweed , instead of sea mustard as it's very hard to find here in the UK … l can't wait to try your recipe .
    thank you so much squishy 🙂

  2. hi there could I eat this soup during pregnancy? or just after I've have had baby? I am craving the taste of the sea lol also I saw another video where they put mussels instead of beef. So I guess I just want to know if I can eat this soup with mussels during my second trimester?

  3. Seaweed soup=Soul food. It is no surprise Koreans have longer life spans than Westerners. The Korean and Japanese diet is the best in the world in my opinion. I think there is too much oil in Chinese cooking, just my simple opinion though. I'm of Italian background.

  4. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!! I want to make this for a guy I like (he's Korean) and I tried this recipe for the 1st time. Im afraid if i used too many anchovies the soup will smell fishy. Any idea how i can make the broth sweeter?

  5. I may be wrong, but I have to think that anyone still eating seaweed, in light of Fukushima,  is just not paying attention to what they put into their bodies.

  6. Oh Angie.. that looks delicious,  I had written a long comment, wishing you a happy 2014 and I don't know what happen, but I think it didn't go through, so  Happy New year! I hope this year will bring you lots of success, joy and happiness! I have never had seaweed in soup before, but now I do definitely want to give it a try, it looks fantastic! thanks for sharing!!!

  7. You make it seem so easy to make something so delicious. Thanks for the recipe. Though its never cold here in singapore but it looks so yum! Definitely will try making it!

  8. Your recipes always take me back to my childhood. I had totally forgotten about this soup! Do you think substituting mushrooms for beef would work for vegetarians? 🙂

  9. On this MINUS ONE BELOW ZERO day here. That soup looks delicious  A MUST AND WILL TRY! Sea weed is so wonderful and underused here.Have a great Hopefully warm where you are day  Angie!!

    Love.

    Les

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