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Bibimbap: Hard to Spell, Easy to Eat and Fix

The Green Beanie shows us how to mix up this versatile Korean dish.

A little of this and a little of that and The Green Beanie whips up a signature Korean dish.

Cupertino's cooking teen vlogger went to a Japanese market and somewhat randomly selected ingredients that ended up a Bibimbap—an assortment of a ingredients such as spinach, a little meat, kimchi, carrot, mushrooms, beans sprouts, and noodles. She served it with a wakame seaweed salad.

Check out more Green Beanie recipes on her YouTube channel.

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