Gokul, a North Korean delicacy that is commonly used as a snack, is one of the world’s most popular and expensive edible oils.
The oil is made from fermented gokulla fruits that are ground into a powder, which is then heated to extract the oils.
There are hundreds of different varieties of gokulu, and many gokulus can be found in the Middle East.
But in North Korea, they’re often used in cooking.
So the idea of making a gokula edible oil from scratch was a big challenge.
The goal of the researchers was to find a way to make gokulas edible in the country that is not a food-producing nation, which means that the product would not be available to most North Koreans, but would be available only to some.
The gokulets edible oil is then dried in a special process to remove the oils’ fatty acid content.
They then add some organic oil from the plant to the powdered powder, creating a goko-tol product that can be easily processed in a food processor.
The researchers say that the gokules edible oil has a high viscosity, which makes it easy to apply to skin and hair, but it doesn’t penetrate into the skin like a traditional oil.
The scientists say the goki oil has more than 150 uses in cooking, including in recipes for making a sweet or savory treat.