Solved: Google 파래전병 or 전병과자 if you're interested. Specifically, I was remembering that triangle/fan-shaped cracker.
I had them years ago when a friend shared them during school lunch. I can't remember if they were vaguely sweet like fortune cookies are, but they were definitely similar in texture - except for the seaweed flecks.
Edit: both felt and looked like a fortune cookie, but flat instead of shaped. Same thickness and crunched the same.
The friend was half Korean, and their parents got things from an Asian market regularly (as evidenced by the packed lunches - also introduced me to kimbap, Yakult, red bean mochi, and yellow pickled radish).
Google was not helpful...
Hello! I am interested in taking CS 173 next semester, and am wondering about the differences between Professor Fleck or Professor Cosman. I know that Cosman is new and that Fleck has a long track record with the class, but does anyone have a sense of how they compare or differ in their teaching? Thanks!
Just had one question - is Bluegrass considered the "precursor" of country music?
Thanks for any info, I really want to learn more about this :)
I've been told that this is normal and that the flecks are iron/manganese and not harmful; it just seems weird that the water going in isn't the same PPM as the water coming out (it goes from zero ppm to 10).