PRODUCT: A Ken For Mother In Law’s Kimchi
|Kimchi (pronounced kim-chee and also spelled kim chee or kimchee) are pickled vegetables that are pungent and fiery, seasoned with red chile flakes or whole chiles.
Considered the national dish of Korea by many, kimchi is eaten as a side dish as well as incorporated into recipes. It’s a terrific fusion food, pairing well with everything from eggs to sandwiches to meat to tacos.
If you like pungent, spicy foods, take a taste. You can find them in the refrigerated case at Asian grocers, as well as online. As spicy as they are, kimchi is also a probiotic food, aiding with digestion.
Kimchi is tasty, spicy and probiotic. Photo