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Flavor Name:Jjajang

DIRECTION 1. Put Rice Cake and Seasonings Into the Cup 2. Pour Water Right Below the Marked Line (About 70 ML) amp; Stir Well. The Direction On The Cup Says 80ML, But We Highly Recommend To Use 70 ML. You Still Should Be Able to See The Marked Line 3. Put It In the Microwave (DO NOT USE THE LID, Just Leave It Open) 4. Heat It Up For About 2 Minutes and 30 Seconds (For 700-800 Watts Microwave) / 2 Minutes and 15 Seconds (For 900-1000 Watts) 5. Stir Again and Wait For 1 Minute Enjoy! CAUTIONS! 1. Hot content, be careful 2. You might smell an unpleasant odor from the rice cake, it's perfectly normal amp; will go away during cooking process. 3. Do Not eat deoxidizer packet comes with rice cake. 4. You might see some black spots on the rice cake, it is part of the process amp; perfectly normal. 5. Please note that this product was manufactured in a facility that processes other products including nuts, milk, and eggs.

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