INSIGHT-Fake meat, free markets ease North Koreans' hunger
Pyongyang says 70 percent of North Koreans still use the state's central distribution system as their main source of food, the same number of people that the UN estimates are "food insecure
SEOUL, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Take the dregs left from making soy bean oil, which usually go to feed the pigs. Press and roll them into a sandy-coloured paste. Stuff with rice, and top with chilli sauce. The dish's name, injogogi, means "man-made meat."
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