It's clearly Korean seasoning mix
September 13, 2013 10:15 AM Subscribe
...but that's all I know, since I don't know any Korean.
front of the packets
back of green packet
posted by ditto75 to food & drink (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
1) What's the difference between them? I guess the red one is spicy or kimchi-flavored? And the green one tastes like a garden salad?
2) Is this safe to eat, even though (I'm assuming) the expiration date was back in 2012?
3) If yes to #2, how should I use this stuff? I mean, does it have to be added while I'm cooking a dish, or can I add it to taste while I'm eating?
4) I suppose the back of the packet says there's no MSG (at the top), but is there any other artifical flavorings or additives? What's it made of anyway? Ingredients I think are listed in the upper right on the back, where 46.6% and 11.4% are.
Any other comments about this stuff welcome!