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Foraging with Alexis Nikole Nelson.
In dwaeji bulgogi, or Korean spicy grilled pork, thinly sliced pork, often fatty pork belly, is marinated in a savory-sweet mixture of gochujang and soy sauce. We, however, opt for easier-to-find pork shoulder, cook it in a skillet on the stovetop and add the flavorings last. Like pork belly, shoulder is well marbled and flavorful. If the shoulder you purchase has an exterior layer of fat thicker than ½ inch, trim some off so the dish doesn’t wind up greasy. Serve this with steamed short-grain rice, with lettuce leaves for wrapping, if desired.
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