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Active Time:  3 Hours
Total Time:  13 Hours
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Koreans usually put some cooked rice in gomtang and eat together. Since it takes long time sometimes we feel mom's love from it. It's warm food so we usually eat this at winter and sometimes we eat this for stamina at summer too.
1 package ox tail bones with meat (available in any Korean supermarket)
1½ gallons water
1 chopped green onion per person for garnish
Pepper and salt
Place ox tail bones in a large bowl of cold water for about 1 hour to take out excessive blood.Repeat this process about 2-3 times.

Put cleaned ox tails in a large pot with about 1½ gallons of water.

On a medium heat, boil for about 6 to 10 hours (more hours the better).

During boiling, periodically scoop out excess oil that floats on surface.

Add additional water to maintain at least 1 gallon in the pot.

Upon completion, soup should be close to cream color.

Serve soup with couple of bones with sides of chopped green onion.

Add salt & groud pepper to meet taste.

Date Added: 12/10/2012
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