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Shake Shack Is Adding Barbecue Burgers and Chicken Sandwiches to the Menu

Shake Shack Is Adding Barbecue Burgers and Chicken Sandwiches to the Menu

Shake Shack announces the Barbecue Shackmeister burger and accompanying Barbecue Chick’n Shack to appear on menus in 2017

Both of the sandwiches feature Shake Shack’s signature barbecue sauce.

Shake Shack was wildly successful with its first fried chicken sandwich, which premiered nationally earlier this year. Starting in 2017, the burger chain will be expanding its offerings with a new Barbecue Chick’n Shack sandwich and a Barbecue Shackmeister burger, both topped with Shake Shack’s signature barbecue sauce.Both offerings will be available for a limited time in 2017, Shake Shack executives said in a plan to investors last week.

The two sandwiches will premiere toward the end of the first quarter of 2017, and will be priced at a little bit less expensive than the Bacon CheddarShack, which is currently being offered at participating Shacks for a limited time at $6.89.

It’s no wonder that Shake Shack wants to expand its chicken offerings. Its investors were told that since introducing the original Chick’n sandwich in January of this year, the sandwich has been one of the most profitable menu offerings, according to Eater.

This isn’t the only Shake Shack news: the burger chain will also be introducing three holiday-inspired shakes this December.


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


Shake Shack Introduces a Korean-Inspired Chicken Sandwich with Gochujang

Are vaguely Asian flavors a new front in the chicken sandwich wars?

For whatever reason, fast food restaurants all over the country are still embroiled in a great "chicken sandwich war" that started in 2019 and shows no sign of stopping. But could 2021 introduce a new front to the totally-made-up conflict? 

It could, at least if Shake Shack has its way. This week, Danny Meyer&aposs New York-based burgers and fries empire announced a trio of menu items inspired by Gochujang, a spicy-sweet taste prevalent in Korean cuisine. The development was "inspired by our teams&apos work and travels in South Korea and the incredible food scene there," using a Korean kimchi slaw made in partnership with Portland, Oregon-based Choi&aposs Kimchi Co. 

Obviously, the Koren-Style Fried Chik&aposn is the star of the show. It starts with a crispy chicken breast that&aposs slathered in a sweet-meets-spicy gochujang glaze and tossed with toasted sesame seeds before finding a space next to a white kimchi coleslaw between two buns. 

If you want to get a taste of gochujang without committing to the chicken sandwich, Shake Shack&aposs other Korean-inspired menu items make it possible to take a dip (literally) without making the full gochujang plunge. Both their Korean Gochujang Chick&aposn Bites and Korean Gochujang Fries take these standard-issue Shack menu items and pair them with a spicy-sweet gochujang mayo sauce, making for an excellent option, Korean finger food-wise. 

For those unfamiliar with Korean cuisine, gochujang is a fermented red chili paste that incorporates chili powder, barley malt powder, glutinous (sticky) rice, and fermented soybean. It&aposs mix of sweet and heat makes it irresistible. Alongside kimchi, a preparation of salted and fermented vegetables like cabbage that often includes a range of other seasonings, it&aposs perhaps the most well-known Korean culinary export. 

Though Shake Shack&aposs forays into the world of gochujang started in South Korea back in 2020, their arrival comes at a time when Asian-inspired flavors seem to be popping up on unexpected fast food menus. Recently, Zaxby&aposs introduced a General Tso&aposs sauce for its boneless wings, for example. Could it emerge as a way to stand out and offer something new in 2021? Only time will tell. 

Speaking of time, the Shack&aposs foray into Korean flavors won&apost last forever. You&aposll find them available at Shake Shacks nationwide through April 5, at which point we may be in a completely new food trend cycle. No matter what, though, the people deserve to taste some gochujang. 


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