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I realized that all flavors are combinations of other flavors in my cooking class. Every food we did would have the same ingredients and it all started to taste similar lol
Koreans call it kkaennip 깻잎 (sounds like gen-yip). It is used widely in kimbap, bibimbap, and wraps for all kinds of galbi (beef and leaf). Sesame seeds, leaves, and oil all taste different and you will either love or hate each one differently.
probably my favorite leaf used in korean food.
who is narrating this?
first thing to pop up in my mind now is the perilla leaf debate...lol. but honestly though, those are actually good with kbbq.
I wouldn't eat it alone but always want it with Korean BBQ lol
this feels like baby’s first herb that you can’t buy at ralphs
NOO WAY THAT'S SO COOL I DIDN'T KNOW PERILLA WAS SESAME LEAVES
Who is narrating this? They sound like the person who does the building a case series on Buzzfeed Unsolved (I'm sorry, I'm not 100% sure what her name is but my brain is telling me it's Carol?)
Perilla leaf.... with perilla seeds.... used for perilla seed oil... 들기름. They're not the same as sesame...
I dated someone from Korea and she made a delicious dish that was meat and mushrooms wrapped with sesame leaves. I loved it.
That is sesame leaf? I have a bunch of that in my garden what i didn't realize it
Andrew with all flavours are combinations of other flavours...
You remind me of frost from the blade movie.
thats perilla leaf
Is it Betel leaf? I just had it a week ago in Bangkok street food in Wien. Awesome taste, like sweet mint but subtile. But I cannot find it in Croatia :(