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Kimchi or kimChee

Posted by liszt - Created: 9 years ago
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Posted by liszt - 9 years ago

Thanks Journo. I was hoping to find it ready made. I cannot be bothered to make kimchi. Too complicated for my cooking abilities.

hope R. is having fun with his new toys. Let him know that I got turntable belts (and styli as well) from ebay and they work great. My turntables have been rejuvenated.


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Posted by journo-666338 - 9 years ago

Or for something a bit more conventional, try the recipe at:

http://www.fabulousfoods.com/recipes/article/15/17609

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Posted by journo-666338 - 9 years ago

Hi Liszt!

I spent most of my time in Korea trying to politely avoid the cabbage Kimchi without causing offence! I know the older it is, the more it is valued, thus offered to special guests. But.....

You can buy it online, but why not try making it yourself?...you only need to bury it in a clay pot!!

Alternatively, try the very different multi-veg 'ultimate Kimchi recipe' at:

http://www.treelight.com/health/nutrition/UltimateKimchi.html

That even teaches you how to 'hug' your kimchi as you make it!

Hope the family is well and that we'll see you again before too long.