FROZEN Miyeok Guk (32oz jar)
Miyeok Guk is a postpartum soup eaten by many Korean women after childbirth to aid in recovery. The practice may have arisen from observing mother whales eating seaweed after giving birth. It's also entwined with Korean spiritual practices around the triple goddess, Samsin Halmoni.
The soup is made with miyeok, a seaweed also called wakame in Japanese, and sea mustard in English. Undaria pinnatifida is its scientific name. Miyeok is high in nutrients, including calcium and iodine.
Most miyeok guk recipes balance the miyeok with beef; our version makes use of local beef.
Comes in a 32oz mason jar. Apx. 2-3 servings.
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