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South Korean scientists claimed Friday that a national culinary favorite could help combat bird flu
South Korean scientists claimed Friday that a national culinary favorite could help combat bird flu, local television reported. While discussing avian influenza at the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Busan, the scientists said Korean sauerkraut, kimchi, and red pepper could be of use in efforts against the virus. The television channel did not explain the secret of kimchi's curative effect, but two varieties are on the menu of Saturday's official dinner for APEC leaders. Thousands of foreign guests have gathered for the summit in Busan and have expressed great interest in kimchi, but many of them are unable to eat the spicy delicacy, which is made by fermenting cabbage with red peppers, radishes and a great deal of garlic and ginger. The participants in the APEC summit are not only focusing on bird flu, but are also discussing many other global issues, including the fight against the terrorism and AIDS.
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