Korea s culinary landscape is vast and speckled with an endless list of dishes that prove to be quite the mouthful But there s one five letter item that s as straightforward as they come kimchi A traditional vegetable traditionally cabbage but nowadays encompassing radish carrots cucumbers and scallions too pickled and fermented with salt and miscellaneous seasonings kimchi is the heart and soul of Korean fare It boasts a sour salty slightly spicy and umami flavour profile that varies depending on the duration of the fermentation and the proportions of ingredients used Today there are over 150 varieties of kimchi doing the rounds in Korean cuisine and each Korean household has its own take on this Korean classic So entrenched is kimchi in Korean culture that it is almost an unwritten rule that mothers in law must teach their daughters in law how to perfect kimchi by sharing their generational recipes with them Think of kimchi as the third but very welcome wheel in every relationship almost like a you me and kimchi kinda scene And no one complains

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Korea's culinary landscape is vast and speckled with an endless list of dishes that prove to be quite the mouthful. But there's one five-letter item that's as straightforward as they come: kimchi.

A traditional vegetable (traditionally cabbage, but nowadays encompassing radish, carrots, cucumbers, and scallions, too) pickled and fermented with salt and miscellaneous seasonings, kimchi is the heart and soul of Korean fare. It boasts a sour, salty, slightly spicy, and umami flavour profile that varies depending on the duration of the fermentation and the proportions of ingredients used.

Today, there are over 150 varieties of kimchi doing the rounds in Korean cuisine, and each Korean household has its own take on this Korean classic. So entrenched is kimchi in Korean culture that it is almost an unwritten rule that mothers-in-law must teach their daughters-in-law how to perfect kimchi by sharing their generational recipes with them.

Think of kimchi as the third (but very welcome) wheel in every relationship...almost like a 'you, me, and kimchi' kinda scene! And no one complains. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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Korea's culinary landscape is vast and speckled with an endless list of dishes that prove to be quite the mouthful. But there's one five-letter item that's as straightforward as they come: kimchi. A traditional vegetable (traditionally cabbage, but nowadays encompassing radish, carrots, cucumbers, and scallions, too) pickled and fermented with salt and miscellaneous seasonings, kimchi is the heart and soul of Korean fare. It boasts a sour, salty, slightly spicy, and umami flavour profile that varies depending on the duration of the fermentation and the proportions of ingredients used. Today, there are over 150 varieties of kimchi doing the rounds in Korean cuisine, and each Korean household has its own take on this Korean classic. So entrenched is kimchi in Korean culture that it is almost an unwritten rule that mothers-in-law must teach their daughters-in-law how to perfect kimchi by sharing their generational recipes with them. Think of kimchi as the third (but very welcome) wheel in every relationship...almost like a 'you, me, and kimchi' kinda scene! And no one complains. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ #Kimchi #KoreanFood #Food #FoodFood #FoodLover #Foodies #Foodstagram #InstaFood #FoodLove #Foods4Thought #FoodOfInstagram #Eating #EatEatEat #EatUp #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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