Our 3 acre farm serves local communities in the Puget Sound. Embracing the diversity of the region, Tuk Muk specializes in hard-to-find Asian vegetables, like daikon radish, shiso, mizuna, Chinese onion, Japanese cucumbers and chrysanthemum greens. Our animals move regularly in mobile paddocks, hunting and rooting for plants and insects, and ultimately, improving the soil as they go. We use cover crops to preserve and protect the soil and rotate our crops to naturally break cycles of pests and disease. Our goal is to build fertility without relying on store-bought fertilizer and grow the best food we can for ourselves, our families, friends and our community.
Mukbang: Watch what they eat!
Urban Dictionary: Mukmuk
As any chef will tell you, we eat with our eyes - so for people who make a living eating on social media, the presentation of their food is key to their success. Korean influencer known as 'Muk Sna' or 'a. And her more than six million followers on TikTok alone tune in almost daily to watch her munch and crunch her way through the enormous platters. Now, though, the Chinese government is cracking down on the videos, which soon may be banned altogether in the country. It all started with a comment by President Xi Jinping, who called on everyone to "fight against food waste".
Seasoned acorn jelly
Dotorimuk is made from acorns. The traditional way to make acorn jelly is to shell, dry, and powder the acorns, then mix them with water to remove the bitter and astringent taste. The starch will sink to the bottom, so the next day you should discard the bitter water on top and pour new water in. Then you make porridge with this starch mixture. My mungbean jelly recipe is very popular, so I think this dotorimuk-muchim recipe will also be popular.
For years, people have been heading to YouTube to spend upwards of 60 minutes at a time to watch strangers consume 4, or more calories in one sitting. Not only that, many of these viewers are paying to indulge in this binge-viewing, binge-eating privilege. Today, this viral trend is only growing in the U.