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Is this meal spicy?
Yes, this meal has a good amount of spice. It is a Bibimbap, after all! Ours contains a house-made Gochujang sauce, made from Korean red chiles and fermented soybeans. Heat is subjective, so if you are the type to find a medium salsa way too hot, then you might steer clear. If you have a tolerance for and enjoy spicy foods, you'll find this dish to be a nice medium-level heat.

What is Bibimbap?
This popular Korean staple combines steamed white rice, with the spicy-sweet-umami flavors of Gochujang sauce, and sautéed vegetables. Traditionally it's served with a fried egg over the top, and while we have come very close to the real thing, this was one component that we couldn't replicate in a camp meal. We encourage you to add this on your own, though it's perfectly delicious without!


Spicy Korean ‘Mixed Rice’ With Sesame, Carrots and Spinach

Literally translates to ‘mixed rice’ but that doesn’t even begin to describe this Korean staple. The key component of this meal is gochujang—a deep red, spicy and immensely flavorful sauce made from Korean chiles and fermented miso. Fry an egg and slide it on top and you’ll swear you’re in your favorite Korean restaurant.

  • Loaded with carrots, shiitake mushrooms, zucchini and spinach
  • Medium grain white rice
  • Chiles provide cardiovascular and immunity benefits
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegan
  • 4-year shelf life
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