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On 9/26/2021 at 9:51 AM, phil12345678991011 said:

any infos about these ?


Not sure what they are. Need more information. 


Where was the video shot? (If China, what part of China?) Perhaps post a link to the source of this image we can watch the actual video and see the context. 


The material from which rice noodles is made does come in blocks or thick sticks kind of like that in Yunnan. They are called "er kuai" 饵块. But they would be too tough and chewy to eat in that form, without first slicing them into thin pieces. 




Tofu also comes in thick sticks something like that in Yunnan, as do certain "blond sausages" (usually made from chicken.)  



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I knew nothing about Korean tteokbokki. Got to admit they look good. Here's some info about them.


Video about making them: https://www.maangchi.com/recipe/tteokbokki 


Wikipedia (discusses origin and variations): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tteokbokki 


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found some videos





here is the original video at the origin of my post




apparently they cook these with fish cakes too

and the sauce is gochu jang sauce


I live in belgium, gonna be hard to find these ingredients, there's still amazon 🙂


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On 9/27/2021 at 4:58 PM, abcdefg said:

(He must have posted while I was writing my note.)

The first few posts of new members have to be manually approved by one of the moderators. Depening who is online and has time, this can take a few minutes to numerous hours (and sometimes longer if it's not immediately obvious if a post should be let through or deleted). You replied after Phil posted, but before his post was approved.

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On 9/27/2021 at 6:02 PM, phil12345678991011 said:

I live in belgium, gonna be hard to find these ingredients, there's still amazon 🙂

I too live in Belgium. The selection of Asian products is really limited here. But MyEUshop (I guess they are in the Netherlands, where most of Chinese products in the EU are dispatched from) also ships to Belgium.  😊

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On 9/28/2021 at 11:36 AM, phil12345678991011 said:

[come on admin, do I have to give blood to have the right to answer people ? really ?]

Who said anything about blood? Everyone's first few messages have to be approved, to prevent spam showing up on the site. The tight moderation is one of the things that makes this forum the most comfortable one you have ever run in to.

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