Korean rice is also known as sticky rice or sushi rice in U.S. The grain is little fatter and shorter than Indian rice. You can alter the stickiness of rice by adjusting the amount of water when you begin cooking. More water makes stickier rice. Seaweed and rice are very poplar together and most Korean children enjoy eating it together. Spam and rice is another well known pairing. Because of the salty flavor of spam, it is consumed together with rice very often in Hawaii.
In the past decade, Korean skin care products have skyrocketed in popularity across Europe and the US. One of the most popular items is the face mask pack. It is inexpensive ($1), but very beneficial for the face. Simply open the mask pack and apply it on the face for 10 – 15 minutes. You may keep the mask pack in the refrigerator during the summer and use it to cool off after being in the sun. It is also great for soothing dry or recently exfoliated skin.
We are a family owned business that was founded in 1996. For more than 20 years, we have been providing Korean products to the greater Memphis area. Besides serving the local Korean community, we are a great resource for anyone who is interested in the Korean and Asian food culture.