Monday, March 14, 2005

Korean Moon Pies, pt. 2

As requested, here is a scan of the ingredients list from the infamous

Korean Moon Pie (is it just me, or does that sound like the name of a

military dictator?)
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Griffin said...

The first Asian language is Japanese, the second Chinese. What's fascinating and alarming is that the ingredients of the KMP appear to change depending on what language you're describing it in. (Could this be related to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle? Have the Koreans discovered advanced quantum cooking techniques?) For example, the English lists gelatin two ingredients after cocoa powder, but the Japanese lists it four after. I also note that in Chinese, the KMP appears to contain only nine ingredients. Who took the others? I blame corrupt Communist officials!

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