I tried finding gochujang at Mitsuwa but no luck (unless I missed it there). Any place I can find it locally? Also if you have a favorite brand, please let me know. Thanks!
I go to Koreatown, not sure where on the Westside you can find this sauce.
As for brands, while SunChang is more popular, I prefer hung Jung Won, which has a deep pungent taste and is not too sweet.
Have you tried Simpang Asia?
-----Simpang Asia10433 National Blvd 2, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Simpang Asia won't have them. They're primarily Indonesian, with a few other Southeast Asian specialty. They may have something similar called "tauco", but it won't be the same.
I have gotten it at Mitsuwa on Centinela/Venice and Nijija market on Sawtell/Olympic.
Simpang Asia used to carry at least one variety of gochujang a few months back. It's a more limited selection than you'll find in K-town, but much closer if you're looking on the Westside.
must find it gochujang
you have to go korean town
its one of korean food ingredient
hankuk market, zion, galleria, gaju anywhere!!
korean people must knew that
gochujang is korea tradition ingredient
pork ate together deep(gochujang) with retuce
I get all my Korean groceries in Torrance. The supermarket there is very nice. It has changed hands a few times in the last few years so I am actually not sure if today it is Freshia or Zion Market. Here is the address:
2515 Torrance BoulevardTorrance, CA 90503-5249
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Ktown specialty joint: baby octopus with veggies and gochujang sauce (long)
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