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Spicy Beef Soup (Yuk Gae Jang)

10 oz striped beef
3 oz of Kosari (dried fern)
3 oz of bean sprout
4 green onions
2 Tbs ground red pepper
1 Tbs chopped garlic
2 tsp sesame seed oil
salt

Boil dried Kosari for thirty minutes until tender.

While doing so, cut the beef into = inch thick stripes. Season
beef with ground red pepper, chopped garlic, and sesame seed oil.
Clean bean sprouts. Cut green onion into similar length strips.

Pour ten cups of water in a big pot, and boil the meat for about
thirty minutes to make beef base. (If you have beef base or beef
stock in a can, use them. You can shorten time by doing so.)

If kosari has been cooked for thirty minutes, turn off the heat,
take kosari out, and wash with cold water. Cut out about one third
of the stem, not the head part! They are too tough to eat. Put
them back into the pot, and leave them in water until beef is done.

After thirty minutes have passed for boiling beef, put boiled kosari
(only, not with kosari boiled water) into the beef boiling pot.
Boil for about ten more minutes, and put cleaned bean sprouts and
green onion. Boil with lid on for thirty more minutes (if you
have time, an hour) on a medium heat.

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