Jjigae is a Korean term which means "stew". Jjigae is similar to Guk but is thicker and hardier. The most famous jjigae is made from fermented soy bean paste. Jjigae is usually spicy and served piping hot in a heated stone bowl. This is a Korean traditional food

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