Kimchi is a Korean staple food that is served with every Korean meal. It is made of fermented vegetables with various seasonings, such as Korean chili powder, scallions, garlic, ginger, dried seafood, etc. There are over 100 variety of kimchi, which can also be vegetarian, gluten free, and vegan.

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Health Benefits

As a fermented food, that is packed with veggies, garlic, herbs and so much more, kimchi is considered a super food that is high in fiber, low in fat that helps the Korean population dodge obesity and weight gain. It is also loaded with vitamins A, B, and C, but its biggest benefit is in  its “healthy probiotic bacteria” called lactobacilli, found in fermented foods. Studies show that fermented cabbage has compounds that may prevent the growth of cancer. It also shows that kimchi plays a role in preventing heart disease and diabetes, as well as boost overall physiological function.

Kimchi has now become universal and it’s been added and transformed into every kind of dish such as kimch hambugers, tacos, pizza, spaghetti, and so much more. So don’t miss out on the kimchi explosion and super charge your health while enjoying mouth watering kimchi dishes.

Traditionally, making kimchi was an arduous task involving days of preparation and process, but it has now become increasingly easy to help everyone make and enjoy kimchi for all seasons.

Take our kimchi explosion workshop and learn how to make kimchi in your own home and make it your own, and you’ll never have to buy one at the store. Woohoo!