Fake meat, free markets ease North Koreans' hunger

Fake meat, free markets ease North Koreans' hungerThe dish’s name, injogogi, means “man-made meat.” In North Korea for years it was a recipe for survival. Today it is a popular street food, traded alongside other goods and services on informal markets, known as jangmadang. The creation and informal trade of injogogi and other foods offers a window into a barter economy that has kept North Korea afloat despite years of isolation, abuse and sanctions.



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