Chamnamul-saengchae (Chamnamul Fresh Vegetable Salad) Chamnamul-saengchae is a salad dish made of fresh Chamnamul (wild greens) and seasonings. "Cham" means true and Chamnamul means "true namul ". Chamnamul has a unique taste and flavor and is served as a raw salad or leaves for stuffing. In the northern part of Korea, people make Kimchi with Chamnamul as a specialty dish.

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