A Korean jelly made from acorn starch. It has no fat, no cholesterol, no sodium, and a bonus 1 gram of dietary fiber. It’s also considered a health food that’s good for stomach ailments.
The texture is reminiscent of silken firm tofu, with a faint but pleasant nuttiness and a hint of bitter at the end.
Selecting and Buying
Preparation and Use
The jelly is traditionally topped with spicy, garlicky kimchi and served as a salad along with a sesame-soy dipping sauce.
Conserving and Storing
Store in a glass bottle with a tightly sealed lid in a cool, dark place or in the refrigerator.
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