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Pyongyang Naeng-Myon Cold Noodles Naung-myon is made from a mix of wheat buckwheat and potatoes The mixing ratio varies from region to region in North Korea In Shinuiju and Anju potatoes predominate in the mix while in Kaesong wheat predominates in the mix North Koreans are crazy about naeng-myon After devouring a good deal of grilled meat they consume naeng-myon as much as 200 grams Gasoline-Baked Clams Gasoline-baked clams can be found only in North Korea Huge clams were laid on a gravel pit covered with pine leaves gasoline from a beer bottle is then poured over the pit He then lighted the fuel Suprisingly the baked clams had no trace of the gasoline and are extremely tasty Bean Paste It is one of the traditional Korean food used by Koreans for thousands of years Koreans have made bean paste in their families Today it is idustrially made It is one of the subsidiary food as well as bean paste mixed with red pepper or soysauce with vinegar Bean paste adds specific flavour to the other dishes It has higher callorific value Everyday Koreans eat 30g to 50g of bean paste which contains of over 60 kinds of nutrients SojuRice Wine Soju has many varieties depending on the methods of distillation hwaju roju etc Soju can be made by individuals Noted among soju are Kamhongno of Pyongyang Riganggo of Hwanghae Province Kokjucorn wine and acorn wine are widespread They have moderate alcoholic content and aromatic flavour Pyongyang Onban The Pyongyang Onban is one of the famous food in Pyongyang Boiled rice is put in a bowl and covered with green bean pancake and sliced chicken It is served with a boiling soy soup dressed with spiced soysauce green onion fried eggs cut in slices salty sesame and pepper Spiced soysauce and nabak kimchi made of white radish are served together with the Pyongyang Onban
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