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Bibimbap

CO2e total: 4.072 kg
Servings: 4.0
1.018
kg CO2e / portion
= 0.1 portion of Bibimbap
You can eat
2.65
portions of Bibimbap to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Country of consumption: Germany

Ingredients

CO2e (kg) Product Amount (kg) Description Country produced
0.442
Eggs 0.18 3 or 4 eggs (depending on the serving portion) Unknown
0.01
Vinegar 0.005 1 tsp vinegar Unknown
0.036
Vegetable oil 0.01 Some cooking oil to cook the meat, mushroom, carrots and eggs – I used rice bran oil. Unknown
0.016
Soy sauce 0.015 1 Tbsp soy sauce Unknown
0.005
Garlic 0.005 1 tsp minced garlic Unknown
0.001
Water 0.015 1 Tbsp water Unknown
0.055
Chili Sauce 0.03 2 Tbsp gochujang Unknown
0.774
Rice (cooked) 0.6 3 to 4 serving portions of steamed rice Unknown
0.006
Sugar 0.005 1 tsp sugar – I used brown sugar Unknown
0.122
Spinach 0.25 250 g mildly seasoned spinach Unknown
0.051
Sesame oil 0.015 1 Tbsp sesame oil Unknown
0.037
Vegetables 0.1 Korean seasoned seaweed, shredded (long thin cut) Unknown
0.027
Sesame seeds 0.015 1 Tbsp roasted sesame seeds Unknown
0.001
Garlic 0.001 1/4 tsp minced garlic Unknown
0.051
Sesame oil 0.015 1 Tbsp sesame oil Unknown
0.001
Salt 0.003 1/2 tsp fine sea salt (1/4 tsp each will be used when cooking shiitake mushroom and carrots) Unknown
0.174
Mushrooms 0.1 100 g shiitake mushroom Unknown
0.036
Carrots 0.12 120 g carrots (1 small) Unknown
0.364
Bean sprouts 0.35 350 g mildly seasoned bean sprouts Unknown
1.844
Minced meat (beef, 10-15% fat) 0.1 100 g (3.5 ounces) beef mince Unknown
0.019
Sugar 0.015 1 Tbsp sugar or honey Unknown

Instructions

Source: http://mykoreankitchen.com/bibimbap-korean-mixed-rice-with-meat-and-assorted-vegetables/