Claire Corlett

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Eel, carp, chicken feet juice for summertime energy

Eel, carp, chicken feet juice for summertime energy


We’re having ‘jeup’ today,
which means extracted juice in Korean. In the summer, actually, in any season when we’re feeling under the weather or tired, we try to re-energize by eating some jeup. So these are all ‘jeup.’ We can make various kinds of ingredients
to extract juices. It’s my first time to have these extracted juices I‘m feeling weird about this,
because they all look similar in color. Let’s see how much energy I can get from this. The eel smell is really strong. It’s kind of sour. And it has a fishy taste. I can see that the person who made this
put a lot of chicken feet in this. I thought they would taste all the same
because they’re all murky brown but they were really distinctive in their flavors
from their ingredients. Maybe I’ll feel like an Iron Man tomorrow. If you have experience with extracted juices, feel free to leave comments below
and tell us what you think.

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