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Comments on taste memory: diary of a mad foodie: how to make korean seaweed soup aka miyeok kuk or nicely said ~ sea vegetable soup globally inspired!





Updated: 2017-10-28T20:16:26.502-07:00

 



Your Blog is absolutely inspiring...good food is r...

2011-04-24T05:08:11.262-07:00

Your Blog is absolutely inspiring...good food is really good FUN. Where have you been all of my life. Can I get the recipe for the bar-b-q made from walnuts?



reminds me of my days in korea! i ate so much seaw...

2008-05-29T18:04:00.000-07:00

reminds me of my days in korea! i ate so much seaweed back then...but perhaps none as good-looking as yours.



jessica ~ yes that'll be up, I have quite a 'to do...

2008-05-15T05:04:00.000-07:00

jessica ~ yes that'll be up, I have quite a 'to do' lists for posts.....the banchan one will be fun!

carolyn gail ~ yes I do know the genteel ones too! Hey your bibimbap is a beaute and I'm sure was YUM

Suzanne ~ glad to hear the beauty + beet salad was a smash - wow and even hubby liked!? I am happy to hear the recipe worked out to the T and it was enjoyable!

cakewardrobe ~ great for dinner and a big pot like this doesn't last our family too long - it's pretty much gone after 2 nights!

maybelles mom ~ hello and welcome ;-)

mochacholata rita ~ hey there, loved your posts on 'how to pix of food shots' great!

medena ~ it's good to hear it's inspiring even if you don't always eat seaweed *ahem* sea vegetables...

katyk ~ hi there + welcome back!

nicole ~ hiya, yes I get that a lot about the texture - so this recipes calls for chopping the seaweed down smaller bite size - makes more palatable and pretty too! agree w. you seaweed + sushi=awesome!

medena ~ thanks girl - I'll come check it out!



I have tagged you with a silly tag, easy and inter...

2008-05-10T08:40:00.000-07:00

I have tagged you with a silly tag, easy and interesing! Check my blog for instructions...



Gorgeous photos and post (once again). It is funny...

2008-05-09T13:00:00.000-07:00

Gorgeous photos and post (once again). It is funny because I eat seaweed just fine with sushi but I don't find it too too appetizing elsewhere. I think it is a texture thing. I will have to try again.



I've been trying to eat seaweed, but having a hard...

2008-05-09T06:15:00.000-07:00

I've been trying to eat seaweed, but having a hard time, but that soup does look good. I'll be waiting for your kimchee recipe.



What a great post, and recipe!!!I am inspired to t...

2008-05-09T05:34:00.000-07:00

What a great post, and recipe!!!
I am inspired to try it one day! Indeed!
(that from someone who shies away from seaweed :)
I love the accompanied ingredients, must make a great soup.



welcome back! looking forward to your next posts a...

2008-05-09T00:00:00.000-07:00

welcome back! looking forward to your next posts already ^_^



great post. i love seaweed soup.

2008-05-08T17:34:00.000-07:00

great post. i love seaweed soup.



This sounds like comfort food to me!!!! A nice wa...

2008-05-08T12:25:00.000-07:00

This sounds like comfort food to me!!!! A nice warm bowl of seaweed soup and rice sounds like a perfect dinner!



Fabulous post. Just the best.By the way, I made th...

2008-05-08T10:35:00.000-07:00

Fabulous post. Just the best.

By the way, I made the Beauty and the Beet salad for a dinner party last week and it got rave reviews, I mean it was the talk of the dinner party. I had a couple of guests help me in the final "sprinkle this and sprinkle that" part and they enjoyed working with the ingredients. So maybe I'm ready to revisit sea vegetables, now that you've gotten my husband to warm up to beets. Good job!



Koreans, hostile?! Where've you been hanging out?...

2008-05-08T07:52:00.000-07:00

Koreans, hostile?! Where've you been hanging out? In my circle they are the most genteel of people I know.

If by "Zen " Koreans you mean those that are "spiritually enlightened " I know quite a few. Most, however; didn't grow up in this country like you did so you probably find them "unenlightened " when it comes to breaking from 5,000 years of traditions.

My hubby loves the seaweed soup and I make it quite often. I will try your very creative version.

Actually, when Spring arrives I'm hankering for some Bibimbap because of all those yummy vegetables.



OMG! Please post recipes for Banchan!! Can't wait!...

2008-05-08T05:48:00.000-07:00

OMG! Please post recipes for Banchan!! Can't wait!!



jessica ~ yeah...so much to do so little time! hop...

2008-05-08T05:43:00.000-07:00

jessica ~ yeah...so much to do so little time! hope you enjoy this 'how to' on sea veggies!

jj ~ hey there, thanks for stopping by....definitely good for the bod+mind ~ underrated i think, it tastes much better than appears.

candis ~ welcome, thanks + glad you are enjoying this blog. I'll come by and check out yours...some early memories are noted in my earlier posts on BEETS :)

medena ~ awe! You are incredible ~ thanks so mucho!!!

foodhoe ~ LOL here: definitely panties that have been washed of course!

nina ~ as always love your candor ~ good to hear from you and thnx for reading my ramble!

tigerfish ~ yes definitely...tho I was never in the mood for seaweed soup back then ~ actually preferred a beer + pizza when it was all done.

gwen ~ I thought perhaps sharing insight about nutritional value + emphasing the visual beauty of the natural element might make it more approachable....

dragonlife ~ always appreciate your insight.....yes, I can see about fertilizer + I do use for facials every now + then (really!).

So hope this sounds more inviting about seaweed: superfood makes great soups + salad, plus fertilizer + facials!

jenndz ~ hey there + awesome to another seaweed supporter! welcome back!!!



Koreans and Japanese share their liking for seawee...

2008-05-07T17:25:00.000-07:00

Koreans and Japanese share their liking for seaweed for obvious reasons as both are "maritime" countries. The difference is that Koreans will eat it more in salads and Japanese in soups.
Talking of seaweed, it has been collected in Europe for millenia as fertilizer. Now the French found another (very) important use for it! Have you ladies ever suspected that everytime you use gel (jel) in your make-up is exclusively made from seaweed?
Cheers and congratulations for a great posting!
Robert-Gilles



Hi! Nice post! I really love seaweed, but I usuall...

2008-05-07T08:30:00.000-07:00

Hi! Nice post! I really love seaweed, but I usually only get in salad form at Japanese restaurants. I love that to death, but I would love to try it another way too. This looks great and I loved this post!



What an informative post, esp. about the nutrition...

2008-05-07T05:43:00.000-07:00

What an informative post, esp. about the nutrition aspect and seaweed as a superfood. This soup looks great, although I've never tried this.



I heard that miyeok kuk is a beauty soup and goo...

2008-05-07T03:27:00.000-07:00

I heard that miyeok kuk is a beauty soup and good for women after they deliver their bb. Is that true?



I have looked at this post so many times, but did ...

2008-05-06T20:39:00.000-07:00

I have looked at this post so many times, but did not know what to comment as this is not something that I would eat, but your attention to detail is amazing and I had a good laugh...your writing style is quirky, funny and very informative.



yes I agree that those photos are really very beau...

2008-05-06T12:00:00.000-07:00

yes I agree that those photos are really very beautiful. After your comment about the garter, I see the 6th photo down as panties hanging on the line to dry... The recipe sounds awesome delicious!



Now, that you are back, check out my blog, I have ...

2008-05-04T08:15:00.000-07:00

Now, that you are back, check out my blog, I have an award waiting for you!;)



Delightful blog - so clean and inviting. Lovely p...

2008-05-03T16:56:00.000-07:00

Delightful blog - so clean and inviting. Lovely pictures! Your blog title caught my eye - especially the word "memory," as I collect early childhood memories and also use them in my work and on my blog...just wondering what your earliest childhood memory might be...?

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Wow, your pictures say a lot in themselves! This l...

2008-05-03T08:03:00.000-07:00

Wow, your pictures say a lot in themselves! This looks wonderful and so healthy, too.



I'm a first-born too! That explains it....can't wa...

2008-05-02T16:50:00.000-07:00

I'm a first-born too! That explains it....can't wait for more. Have a good time on your trip!



chef erik ~ hey great! Totally makes me want to g...

2008-05-02T03:54:00.000-07:00

chef erik ~ hey great! Totally makes me want to go to the beach and soak into the ocean!

mocha rita ~ yeah, the cukes were slices w. mega sharp knife & control freakism hands....i used to watch my mom slice + dice growing up. Her slicing + dicing is more intense than mine...ha ha.....

take out party sounds fun! I'm heading out to town right now, but will check possibilities if I get back in time to partake in your invite. Thanks ;-)