Sunday, August 21, 2005

US Imperialist Lies Proven False By Reality

Often times, the criminal capitalist corporate consumerist US imperialist Pentagon-controlled Bush clique-owned so called "media" floats the preprostrous lie that the Korean people are starving.

In and by itself this lie is clearly completely false because anybody who is not insanely crazy knows that hunger, starvation, and want are staple by-products of capitalist societies of the US imperialist model where only multi-billionaires can afford to eat. The man-centered Juche-based Korean-style socialist system of the DPRK on the other hand, built upon the collectivist mindset and single-mindedly united as one in intense loyalty for the Songun politics of Dear Leader Comrade Generalissimo Kim Jong Il the brilliant statesman, political genius, prodigious humanist, invincible strategist, and unequaled culinary expert, provides for all the nutritional needs of the Korean people of the Songun Era, this latest article from the Korean Central News Agency being only one small little exemple of it :

Fermented Bean Curd, New Functional Food

Pyongyang, August 19 (KCNA) -- Researchers of the Foodstuff Institute of the Branch Academy of Light Industrial Science under the Academy of Sciences in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea have succeeded in making fermented bean curd. It is highly nutritive and delicious. They infect sliced bean curds with bacteria, treat them in some processes and put them into a pot and seal it up to ferment them for 40 days in high temperature.

In order to add seasoning to them, they put spices such as garlic, pepper, ginger and black pepper into the pot.

The fermented bean curd contains various kinds of vitamins 15 percent more than the ordinary bean curd and 18 kinds of amino acid 8.4 times those of the latter. It, strong in deoxidation, is very efficacious for preventing aging and treating circulation disorders.

The longer, the better.

It can be well stored for six months even in hot weather and its taste remains unchanged for several days in open-air.

The taste of the bean curd varies according to the fermentation conditions and kinds of bacteria.

The institute is now introducing the production method of the fermented bean curd among people.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about a nice thick juicy steak or hamburger? Or some pasta? Have you tried eating the foods from different nations to expand your awareness of foods?

Anonymous said...

Do you know of some good recipies to use this bean curd in?

starving to death in NK said...

I use it with pine needles and bark mulch.