well Koreans love rice and spicy food I know because i am Korean
The famous food in Korea is Kimpop,But all the Koreans also eat Kimchi (cabbage salad with pepper in it). Koreans eat rice or noodles always with kimchi.
Koreans are asians and most asians use chopsticks to eat their food.
Religion belief does in fact affect food choice. Some people belief they shouldn't eat meat or dairy products because for many years they follow the same beliefs as their ancestors.
Koreans tend to eat many of the same foods Americans eat. However, some of their more popular traditional dishes are: beef patty, ackee, and salt fish.
Indonesians are mostly muslims muslims don't eat pork
I think it is soup and rice
Religion affect the way you eat, for example if your religion says you can't eat meat that affects your diet.
Koreans have really good skin and its mostly got to do with their diet. i am Korean myself born and living in Australia, and compared to other Asian countries, and the western diet. We Koreans eat a lot of various food of vegetables, and seafood. We tend to eat a lot of vegetables because for our culture we eat food called banchan which is small dishes of food served with rice and even though Koreans… Read More
The main religion is Christianity (Roman Catholic and Protestant). The main effect on food is that many Roman Catholics do not eat meat on Fridays and some other days).
Religion and culture will play a charge part in the food that people eat ever day. Some people can't eat some foods because of their religion for example Muslim and Jews can't eat pork, Hindus don't eat beef and Buddhists are vegetarian
Most religions specify foods that they believe their followers should not eat. Sometimes there is a time/day element to the prohibition and sometimes it is a blanket ban on a particular animal. I am not aware of any religion that specifies that one must eat a particular food, it always seems to be what one must not eat.
what do Koreans eat for new years
Hot food cause its cold. Ex. Pork Bone Soup Or they can eat the special rice cakes?
Koreans eat cooked animals. They eat any animal like chinese do.
Guinea pigs were raised by the Incas and have long been used as food in South America.But Koreans eat guinea pigs.
Koreans eat a lot of seafood, beef, rice, and vegetables. Cabbage and carrots are both popular Korean vegetables. Cabbage is also the base for kimchi, a Korean staple food.
Koreans eat bread, Rice, Pizza and Tacos and Enchilladas and burgers
Yes, some Koreans eat whale. However, this is not widespread or ubiquitous in South Korea.
yes the food we eat is different in every season so there-for it affects the food we eat
it affect humans
As a Korean myself, I find that Koreans eat a wide variety of food at Korea. Just remember that they don't eat only Korean food. They eat hamburgers just like Americans, and have McDonalds, and sometimes go to a nice Italian restaurant to have some pasta. But I will list some Korean food below, for I think that's what you really wanted the answer to say: Kimchi (Of course! All Koreans eat kimchi! It tastes… Read More
i think they eat my mum and dad
No food in Islamic religion is specified as sacred. Food either allowed or not allowed, per religion, to eat.
Judaism. See also: More about how Jews keep kosher
Koreans usually eat thin slices of roast pork called 삼겹살. They also eat lots of rich and chunky soup usually that's hot or salty. One of the most popular food eaten in Summer is 백숙, which is a whole chicken boiled in unsalted-brine that's rich in nutrients.
Jews who eat non-kosher food are in violation of the laws of their religion.
Jews are only able to eat kosher food because it is against their religion to eat non kosher food.
orthodox Jews have to eat kosher food
Stupid Question. 90 percent of Koreans do not eat dog. 20 percent of Chinese or Koreans eat dogs. Dog meat isn't staple meat diet.
because they are that religion!! :)
by what it does to our body
Yes certain food you eat can affect your heart rate. Foods high in salt and fat can cause arrhythmia, which is an irregular heart beat.
Bacterium, temperature and moisture all can affect the safeness of food.
No, they don't have special food to eat. However, they have some food that is not allowed for Muslims to eat. Refer to question below for more information. they eat kosher food its food that's alllowed by there religion
There are no food restrictions for Mexicans. Mexican is a nationality, not a religion.
The staple food of the Koreas is rice and a cabbage or radish dish called kimchi. North Koreans eat these items for each meal.
Any religion that forbid all food would die out quickly. Halal is what a Muslim should eat. If a Muslim can not eat halal, they may eat other food to be able to live. Halal food is preferred.
We cant eat!!
Buddhists are followers of a religion. They tend to be vegetarian though not exclusively. They eat the food of their region. Japanese buddhists eat japanese food European buddhists eat European food etc.
Yes, there are parts of the population that eat dogs.
They eat vegetarian food without onions, potatoes, etc. (vegetables that grow underground).
The weather in Fiji can affect people because it can affect the food and if all the food becomes affected there can be like no food to eat exept for inpoted goods.
Dog meat dishes include: Bosintang (보신탕; 補身湯) Gaejangguk (개장국) Gaegogi Jeongol (개고기 전골) Gae Suyuk (개 수육; 개水肉) Gaegogi Muchim (개고기 무침) Gaesoju (개소주; 개燒酒)
Eat! Koreans make the best of food! Yiu can also go shopping at some of the shops around the places ( be careful in the ghetto )
Silver spoon and chopsticks
anything they wish for
We eat chopsticks of course. We are east asian people,not like people in America,Europe,Austalia,Africa,and west part of asia. The main thing is,we eat like the japanese,the koreans,the mongolians,the vietamese,etc.
Of course not, you are generalizing and a general blanket statement is never true. Answer: Although westerners feel some repugnance about eating dog meat it is a common food in many cultures both in Asia and in North and South America (historically). In South Korea for example many continue to eat dog although dietary and food sanitation laws prohibit it. Whether "all" Koreans" eat it is the problem with whether "all" of any group do… Read More
Koreans eat kimchi and a lot of similar things the chinese eat.