It may be a little late to the party, but Kola nut is a key ingredient in the Korean Kola sauce.
Kola is a South Korean fermented bean-based condiment made from the leaves of a tropical tree that can be used in many recipes, but the most common are sweet or savory.
Kool-aid.com says that Kola nuts are also used in Korean soups and sauces and that the nuts are usually ground into a powder to make kola.
The ingredients are all available online, and many of them are listed as natural ingredients.
The nut has been used in Asian cuisine for hundreds of years and is also used to make Korean noodles.
According to the website, the nut is usually used as a thickener in Asian cooking.
It’s also used as the base of Korean barbecue sauces.
The website notes that it contains no MSG, which means it doesn’t contain the amino acids in MSG that can cause health problems.
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