Why Korean ancient methods are used for halal red chili paste
Gochujang is a spicy red chili paste made with traditional Korean fermentation methods. Gochujang is an indispensable ingredient in Korean cuisine. Korean food that has a spicy taste, such as bibimbap, tteokbokki, and chicken ribs, must contain gochujang.
As Korean food is gaining popularity around the world, Korean red pepper paste(gochujang) is also exported overseas. There are several gochjang products that are halal certified for Muslim consumers. Onggojip is one of those halal gochujang.
Onggojip is the name of a protagonist of an ancient novel and is famous for being a stubborn person. In Korea taday, people who are stubborn are called Ongojip. The reason the company named itself and its products Onggojip seems to emphasize making the product by sticking to the traditional method.
Located in Gunsan City, about 200 kilometers southwest of Seoul, Onggojip gochujang is made by a traditional fermentation method using Onggi, a traditional earthenware jar. Onggojip opens its site to the public to inform them about the fermentation and manufacturing process of gochujang.
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