Talk:Jjigae

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I deleted gochujang jjigae[edit]

I deleted gochujang jjigae, because as a native Korean, I know that there is no such thing as gochujang jjigae. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 69.26.107.174 (talk) 05:37, 14 May 2009 (UTC)

=> I didn't add it back, but there is indeed a gochujang jjigae. Gochujang jjigae - Nuyos (talk) 00:23, 9 June 2010 (UTC)

Edited 개 to 게[edit]

Hi, I just made made a minor edit on 개찌개 because literally, that means dog stew. It is supposed to be 게찌개 which means crab stew. In addition, I want to cast some doubt that crab stew even exists. —Preceding unsigned comment added by DaeHanMinGuk (talkcontribs) 08:18, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

=> There is a crab jjigae as well, although it's usually called kkotge jjigae (꽃게찌개). Gejjigae - Nuyos (talk) 00:23, 9 June 2010 (UTC)

Ratio of components and stronger taste[edit]

I have removed the following sentence: ". Jjae has a stronger taste because the rate between soup and geonji (solid ingredients of soup) is more similar in jjigae that that of guk". I am not concerned of copyvios, although a further rewrite wouldn't hurt, but because it confusing. The confusion is not due to this sentence being badly rewritten (through I guess Jjae is a typo of Jjigae), but because the original source sentence is badly written: "The ratio between soup and geonji (solid ingredients of soup) is much similar in jjigae than that of guk. That is why jjigae has a much stronger taste." First, it is not clear if the Jjigae is compared to a western soup, stew, or Korean guk. Second, what doesn't mean that the ratio is more similar? Particularly as we are not told what those other rations are. I am half-guessing that what was meant here was something like "jjigae has a stronger taste compared to [soup/guk] as it has a higher proportion of solid ingredients (geonji)." Lastly, this sentence should not be in the lead; WP:LEAD purpose is to summarize the important information, not to introduce new ones. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 04:51, 28 March 2014 (UTC)

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