Good To-Go Korean Bibimbap Double Serving Entree

Good To-Go Korean Bibimbap Double Serving Entree
Good To-Go Korean Bibimbap Double Serving Entree
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Korean Bibimbap Double Serving Entree by Good To-Go
While its name literally translates to "mixed rice," the Good To-Go Korean Bibimbap Double Serving Entree brings you so much more than just that. Ready to keep you and your adventure partner warm on cold nights at the campsite, this Korean staple's main component is gochujang--a deep red, spicy, and incredibly flavorful sauce made from chilis and fermented miso--that not only tastes great, but also has proven cardiovascular and immunity benefits. Then, medium grain rice, carrots, spinach, and zucchini deliver the energy you'll need to keep on trekking in the backcountry. If you're feeling particularly culinary, fry up an egg to place on top for a meal that'll rival those at your favorite Korean restaurant.

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