Korean food might be next big cuisine

11/5/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Korean government wants diners around the world to know and appreciate kimchi, the spicy fermented cabbage, and specialties such as bibimbap, made with rice, bits of meat and highly seasoned vegetables. In Korea, foods are eaten in certain combinations to keep the body healthy and in balance, and dishes tend to be vegetable-heavy and spicy.

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