Budae Jjigae literally means "Army Camp Stew" and was born from the ashes of the Korean War. Hungry locals would make this stew from whatever ingredients could be gathered, which often included Spam and canned Vienna sausages from American K-rations. Though the ingredients are humble, budae jjigae is a hearty and delicious dish that is still served in Korean restaurants today.
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