VEGAN KIMBAP/GIMBAP BOWL (KOREAN “SUSHI” RICE BOWL)

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Today’s video, I’m showing you guys how to make a very popular Korean dish called kimbap/gimbap but in a BOWL, instead of a roll. Of course, we are making VEGAN kimbap. Similar idea to sushi bowl or burrito bowl – this is perfect for lazy people who don’t feel like going through the extra step of rolling. It’s simple, healthy, delicious and easy to make. Hope you enjoy!

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13 thoughts on “VEGAN KIMBAP/GIMBAP BOWL (KOREAN “SUSHI” RICE BOWL)

  1. To everyone saying this is the same as bibimbap… No lol. Yes, it uses similar ingredients but not the same. For bibimbap, you must have red pepper paste aka gochujang, and you must mix everything together in the bowl (bibimbap means mixed rice, literally). Bibimbap usually uses spinach and sometimes carrots, but also usually contains other veggies like bean sprouts, cooked radish (not pickled), etc. Kimbap almost always contains pickled radish. Kimbap is also seasoned with sesame oil and salt, and bibimbap sometimes uses sesame oil but that’s not the main seasoning (gochujang is). Anyway, yes I realize they seem very similar but Imo they are different! Just wanted to point that out. Oh and for those saying I don’t know much about Korean culture… Lol, I was born there, speak the language, grew up eating Korean food all the time and have visited korea many many times. So please don’t assume I don’t know much about my own culture…

    1. How annoying of them to just assume that stuff, wtf?! 😧thanks for the additional explanation though, interesting to read 🙂 the bowl looks very good… will try it, just without the seaweed for me, I hate everything fishy 😀

    2. Deconstructed kimbap and bibimbap are obviously not the same! Anyone who has eaten both kimbap and bibimbap would know! I love this idea of a deconstructed kimbap and will have to try it! 😀 It’s just difficult to find ready-made pickled radish where I live. I’d love a recipe video on how to pickle it yourself! But maybe that’s not for the lazy chefs… xD

  2. That looks so yummy! I want to try it. I love (hate lol) the negative comments on here assuming that you don’t know something about your own culture and food! I am not vegan but I have been subbed to you for at least 18 months now. I do try recipes now and then. I love how delicious all of your food looks. AND it is easy. Perfect for a lazy girl like me! 😀 <3

    1. Two Weirdos With Kiddos no, you just eat it as is! Because the rice is seasoned with salt and sesame oil, the flavours are there already 🙂

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