Posted 23 January 2010 - 12:38 PM
i mean when I went to korea i never touched my greens.
When i first bit into kimchi it was probably the first time i ate cabbage.
(It's fermented cabbage btw.)
And the sauce was just awesome. So i kept eating it. and grew addicted. hahaha
Posted 24 January 2010 - 12:54 AM
Posted 27 January 2010 - 03:06 PM
Are there diff types of kimchi?
Yep, in Korea each region should have a different type of kimchi..
but when i last went there all the regions served me the same kimchi sidedish i think it was probably the easiest to make and store..
i think the most common one served especially in winter is the Baechu kimchi (don't know if the romanization is right)
there's radish (kkakdugi kimchi), chinese radish/cabbage (nabak kimchi) too..
and in jeollado province there's pa kimchi.. the green onion.
actually quite a few... depends on the season you there to eat i think? summer and spring serves the cucumber one..
Posted 25 May 2010 - 11:29 AM
I got no idea what kind i ate, since i only tried from 2 places, one from Seoul Garden and another one which my Korean teacher made, and it's so Singapore style, very very very spicy. :/
Posted 11 May 2011 - 09:03 PM
She was always feeding my friend and me those korean sidedish.
cabbage kimchi,cucumber kimchi,radish kimchi and a green colour vegetable kimchi ( i didnt noe what was that LOL but it taste awesome )
I tink im super lucky to eat those kimchi made by a real korean and now i lost contact with that friend
and i think that the kimchi out there selling in supermart really sucks It doesnt have the same taste as what my friend mum made.
If there were a chance to go soeul! PLEASE RMB TO BRING KIMCHI BACK. LOL
Posted 11 October 2015 - 01:12 PM
if anyone is looking to buy kimchi, please contact/pm me I have a korean supplier and the kimchi is realllly good. Also the price is probably the lowest in sg! I love kimchi but sg retail marts are selling them too expensive imo.
I have them in 500g/1kg boxes. If you have an event and looking to give away mini sizes like 100g/200g, I can pack them likewise too (with min order).
You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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