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Jeju eating culture

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The people of Jeju eat a lot of beans, barley, millets, buckwheat, and dry-field rice. There is little production of rice. Those who live in the farm villages focus more on farming and diving fishery for those living at the water villages. People of Jeju love Mandarin orange and they were offered as presents to kings. Most of the Jeju food is made with saltwater fish, vegetables, and seaweed. The secret to cooking Jeju-style food is to keep its ingredient’s natural flavour. Likewise, anything natural is good 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Jeju eating culture

  1. They definitely love their seafood in Jeju! (:

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