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    Kimchi

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    I love Kimchi pilled high on a steak. I use Sunjas Medium hot:
    http://www.sunjaskimchi.com

    Does anbody else have good ideas on how to use Kimchi? Some times I eat it right out of the jar.

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    I share your problem. I pile sunjas on burgers, with sashimi, with eggs, straight from the jar...

    Been considering making m own, but unsure If I could polish it off fast enough.

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    The first time I polished off a jar my stomach rumbled all the next day. I figure it was just thanking me for the good bugs. LOL

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    i eat kimchi with yakitori beef. amazing combo.
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    Every recipe for yakitori beef I can find calls for soy sauce. Can you just leeve it out, or what can I replace it with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasno View Post

    Been considering making m own, but unsure If I could polish it off fast enough.
    You should go for it! I make it myself and find it lasts a loooooong time - like a month or so unrefrigerated, longer if you put it in the refer once it gets spunky enough. I make two one-gallon jars at a time and make all different kinds - jalepeno, seaweed, diakon radish, etc... yuuuuum! Love it with meat and eggs, added to miso broth, or any soup that needs some tang and probiotics...
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    I tried making some sauerkraut recently, but that failed. Maybe the brine level was too low or the temperature was too high. Any tips? I like how kimchi tastes, so I might try that on my next attempt. Care to share a recipe?

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    i love sunjas kimchi! I put it on everything, salads, meat dished, sauteed veggies. Soooo good.

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    I like Kimchi Jigae: http://norecipes.com/2009/11/18/kimc...e-kimchi-soup/
    Instead of tofu...just use more meat ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuno1chi View Post
    I like Kimchi Jigae: http://norecipes.com/2009/11/18/kimc...e-kimchi-soup/
    Instead of tofu...just use more meat ;-)
    Kuno this is what I want when I come to your tent. And that burger. LOL
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