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Old 07-03-2011, 08:31 PM   #61
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Out of curiosity, do you guys/girls prefer a certain type of beer or food with your kimchii?
Not much experience here but it was great with a BMC lager the other night. I had some with some ramen and for breakfast with eggs. Most has been consumed in small samples though so far...I just can't walk by without a taste.


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Out of curiosity, do you guys/girls prefer a certain type of beer or food with your kimchii?
Not sure how to answer this. Kimchi is a side dish for us. We usually have rice, some protein dish, and then a bunch of sides but always with kimchi.
My new favorite protein is spicy pork dish. You can substitute with thinly sliced chicken if you want. Thinly sliced pork, marinated in the following. Coke (like the soda), korean finely ground red pepper flakes, black pepper, kochijang (korean pepper paste), garlic, ginger, sesame seeds and sauce, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Marinade over night.
Cooking is easy. Lg onion, 2 carrots, slice and put in big skillet. low-med heat, toss meat on top. Lid and let cook until done. No stirring necessary.
Get some red lettuce for wraps and your kimchi.


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Old 07-04-2011, 03:46 AM   #63
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Thanks for the advice. I think I will leave the bucket on the garage floor for a while. It stays 70 and below. I'll watch that for a few days and see what develops. I'm having a hard time keeping my mits out of it...reminds mean of my first batch of beer....
i may have missed it earlier, but you are doing a full bucket full of sauerkraut? if so, NICE!
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Old 07-05-2011, 03:23 AM   #64
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i may have missed it earlier, but you are doing a full bucket full of sauerkraut? if so, NICE!
Right now I'm doing kimchi in a bucket. The batch weighed in at about 15 lbs. I think this fall I may do some sauerkraut when we get the deer cabbage. I usually do a creamy cabbage soup too.
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Nice looking Kimchi lschiavo! Once it has got a nice perky sourness, I'd recommend making some kimchi Jigae or Tofu Kimchi w/ pork.
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Old 07-05-2011, 09:41 PM   #66
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Nice looking Kimchi lschiavo! Once it has got a nice perky sourness, I'd recommend making some kimchi Jigae or Tofu Kimchi w/ pork.
Thanks! It seems to be getting better all the time. I will definitely try those recipes. Pork and kimchi sounds like a great combo!
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It's spicy. Not extreme but just about right. Next time I'm adding the extra 1/2 cup of pepper flakes. I have a pound or two reserved for you and Bob.
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Thanks! It seems to be getting better all the time. I will definitely try those recipes. Pork and kimchi sounds like a great combo!
We got home last night, and there was a jar of this on my dining room table!

It was great. We ate 1/2 the jar with dinner last night (cornish hen, kinda weird, I guess.......) and the other 1/2 today with lunch! Bob and I both loved it.

Now, I have to make this recipe.
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Just made my first batch of Kimchi. I know it is kinda cheating but I used thishttp://www.nohfoods.com/htdocs/Produ...eankimchee.htm
It is very spicy. With it being in a package it was very easy to make. If I don't like it I will make my own mix next time. If I do my grandma will send me more from Hawaii
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Caught a reference to Kimchee on Futurama last night. Character mentioned eating Kimchee during an emergency. Then he explained that Kimchee was their translator.
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Just made my first batch of Kimchi. I know it is kinda cheating but I used thishttp://www.nohfoods.com/htdocs/Produ...eankimchee.htm
It is very spicy. With it being in a package it was very easy to make. If I don't like it I will make my own mix next time. If I do my grandma will send me more from Hawaii
That doesn't look like a bad option. I probably would add some other veggies. Leeks, carrots, radish. I imagine the garlic and ginger are in the mix. Post some pics when its done.

I am going to use up some garden cukes and make cucumber kimchi from the video posted earlier. I also need to do another batch of cabbage kimchi. The first one really didnt last too long.


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