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Jan 25, 2016 21:11 |  #1

Yummy, healthy and if you add enough pepper, definitely not for wimps :-)
This is one of those foods that has many variations.
Any favorite recipes/pictures would be appreciated.

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Jan 27, 2016 03:36 |  #2

I have to say that this looks pretty darned delicious and I don't have a whole lot of experience with Kimchi. If you have a recipe, I would be mighty grateful.

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Jan 27, 2016 19:16 |  #3

Thanks, Lupo.
If the ship was sinking and I could pick three foods be stranded on a desert island with, kimchi would be one of them.
Here’s a link/recipe/video to get you started.

http://www.maangchi.co​m/recipe/tongbaechu-kimchi (external link)

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Jan 27, 2016 19:42 |  #4

That looks delicious. A local Korean restaurant makes a good kimchi soup that I haven't had in ages. Especially tasty on a cold winter day. I may have to make a trip out there this weekend! ;-)a


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Feb 04, 2016 10:38 |  #5

Looks good... what do you cook it with? I love Korean food :D




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Feb 04, 2016 16:48 as a reply to vilimo's post |  #6

Vilimo . . . check out the link to the recipe I posted.
As far as what to eat it with goes, I like it plain but my wife prefers to mix it with rice.
Other people use it in all sorts of ways. I've seen people put it on most anything.


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Feb 04, 2016 18:23 |  #7

Maybe I'm mixing things up too much, but I could see this chopped up a bit more finely and served as a topping on a grilled bratwurst in a hoagy bun... :grin:


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Feb 04, 2016 19:08 as a reply to BurnUnit's post |  #8

Burnunit, that sounds good. Chop it finer and kimchi becomes a relish/condiment on steroids. People use it with eggs, spaghetti, bloody marys, hot dogs, and dozens of other things. Don’t be satisfied with the jars of kimchi you find in your grocery store produce stand either . . . they don’t hold a candle to home made.


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Feb 06, 2016 06:01 as a reply to grizzerbear's post |  #9

It's great in fried rice too, especially if it's overly fermented.




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Feb 06, 2016 06:38 |  #10

grizzerbear wrote in post #17886304 (external link)
Burnunit, that sounds good. Chop it finer and kimchi becomes a relish/condiment on steroids. People use it with eggs, spaghetti, bloody marys, hot dogs, and dozens of other things. Don’t be satisfied with the jars of kimchi you find in your grocery store produce stand either . . . they don’t hold a candle to home made.

on pizza! mmmmmmmmm

amujee wrote in post #17887852 (external link)
It's great in fried rice too, especially if it's overly fermented.

with spam! mmmmmmmmmm


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Feb 06, 2016 18:36 |  #11

Kimchi stew is awesome... especially now when the weather is cold :D




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Feb 06, 2016 19:14 |  #12

amujee wrote in post #17887852 (external link)
It's great in fried rice too, especially if it's overly fermented.

Yum and amen. One of my favorites.

lilkngster wrote in post #17887872 (external link)
on pizza! mmmmmmmmm

with spam! mmmmmmmmmm

Pizza and spam??? That's a little out of my league but hey, whatever floats your boat :-)

vilimo wrote in post #17888565 (external link)
Kimchi stew is awesome... especially now when the weather is cold :D

Yes indeed! Cold weather and kimchi are excellent bedfellows!


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Feb 07, 2016 16:22 |  #13

grizzerbear wrote in post #17888607 (external link)
Pizza and spam??? That's a little out of my league but hey, whatever floats your boat :-)


Just give the pizza a shot, next time just put a little piece on a bite of your favorite slice and see what you've been missing. Spam is hardcore. The last few years, I've gone to bacon, the good kind. I like the bacon fat better for fried rice.


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Feb 07, 2016 17:21 |  #14

lilkngster wrote in post #17889526 (external link)
Just give the pizza a shot, next time just put a little piece on a bite of your favorite slice and see what you've been missing. Spam is hardcore. The last few years, I've gone to bacon, the good kind. I like the bacon fat better for fried rice.

I must admit that I thought you were being facetious :-)
Shame on me for being so close-minded.
My wife and I don’t eat red meat so Spam is out, but the next time pizza is served, kimchi will be on top.
Thanks for the great idea!


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Oct 21, 2016 17:28 |  #15

My gallon batch of home made kimchi.

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