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Amazon [amazon.com] has 11.5-Oz Bibigo Hot & Sweet Gochujang Sauce for $2.79 when you 'clip' the $1 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more

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I think this is perfectly fine for those who wants to give it a try. The "real deal" ones are for the native Koreans who put gochujang in everything they eat. If you buy one of those, you won't even use the half of it before the expiration date.
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Pro tip: try adding this to rice (mix with with a bit of sesame seed oil), tuna salad, or mayo (with a bit of lemon juice if you have). Adds a nice little kick to it.

Agreed this is not as hot and flavorful (that "unami" profile) as guchujang paste (which can last way past expiration date since it's fermented), but it's good for eating it as is or mixing it in stuff.
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The one you recommended has a weird after taste and I checked ingredients and corn syrup is the first ingredient 🤪. Sticking to Asian store sale brands
Seriously. It's main ingredient is corn syrup, which is a cheap additive, and it's 4x the price of this.
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Quote from Honcho :
Exactly. Gochujang is a paste you cook with or mix into something, not a sauce you using for finishing food. This squeeze bottle stuff is essentially gochujang flavored ketchup or bbq sauce. Nothing wrong with that, I'm sure it's tasty as a bbq sauce substitute, but it's a completely different thing than the stuff in the tub.

Exactly this ^^ - I like both and have both. Use them differently.
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This stuff is too sweet. Like ketchup. If you want a decent packaged gochujang go with sir Kensington. That one was surprisingly good.
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#36
I like the traditional red tub gochujang and if you want something like this that is slightly more saucy/liquidy in a squeeze tube try the Chung Jung One brand. It isn't sweet and it's handy for just squeezing some into some mayo to make a kind of aioli for my "bulgogi burgers." If you've never made bulgogi burgers you must give it a try! Brush bulgogi sauce onto your burgers near the end of grilling, then put either some kimchi or danmuji (korean pickled daikon radish) on and some gochujang aioli. Insanely good! Add some grilled pork belly for the next level.

Danmuji recipe
https://www.seriouseats.com/recip...ecipe.html
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The one you recommended has a weird after taste and I checked ingredients and corn syrup is the first ingredient 🤪. Sticking to Asian store sale brands
So do most of the one from the Asian store.
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Try adding a little vinegar also. Called "Cho Gochujang." Normally used in sushi bowls but I like it with regular meat too.
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#39
Tastes like chojang.
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Great substitute for KY jelly
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even the authentic gochujang is overrated. pass
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I prefer hot sauce that Germans use, it's called catsup.

Way too spicy!
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The one you recommended has a weird after taste and I checked ingredients and corn syrup is the first ingredient 🤪. Sticking to Asian store sale brands
Both the deal and the one at Walmart are Korean brands. At Asian stores you are likely to see the Walmart one, but not the one in the deal. The Walmart one is produced in Korea, whereas the one in the deal is probably produced in the US (They built a factory near Chicago, if I remember correctly.). Generally, Bibigo customizes the taste for the US. The one at Walmart is imported from Korea. Please note that it includes corn syrup, not high-fructose corn syrup. When you buy Gochujang, pay attention to the flavors. If you are looking for hot taste, you will be Ok with any. But, if you are looking for the flavor, go for "Mild" ones. Also, make sure that they used Korean peppers if you are looking for more genuine Gochujan experience. Many brands use Chinese peppers which tend to be hotter with less flavor.
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I'm buying this just to prove that I'm not racist....
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so no more free shipping with subscribe and save ?
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