Finally i made it ~~ I can make a kimchi ~~ Who want my kimchi ?? XD7 9
chanyeol drawing and please join us on Korean food story village,this ep:how old is kimchi??3 1984
kimchi a dish from 4th century,history of kimchi1 46
History of kimchi;
Kimchi comes in all forms and flavors.
Kimchi First appeared during the 3 kingdom
era(4th_7th centuries)/an era when three kingdom coexisted in one state.
In this era they used seawater or salt water to pickle their vegetable.
During Japanese invasions of Korea(1592_1598 )
There was one chilli pepper that entered korea from Japan.....Now the red color of kimchi is because of this pepper.
In the past Koreans used Cockscomb to give appetizing red color to kimchi.
Koreans make kimchi spicy by using: garlic,ginger,sancho(Chinese peppers)
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Types of kimchi with yummy photos0 25
Types of kimchi: You can use any vegetables to make kimchi Like:onions,lettuce,green onions,radishes,cucumbers,red peppers.... Seasonal kimchi is made with the most common ingredients Available that season. There is enormous kind of kimchi.... Gat kimchi (leaf mustard kimchi) Chonggak kimchi(young radish kimchi) Gochu kimchi(chili pepper kimchi) Eolgali kimchi (winter_grown cabbage kimchi) The kids of common kimchi every where depends on The weather and place you live....you live in south or north??? Other kids of kimchi!! Baechu (Napa Cabbage) Kimchi. Baek (White) Kimchi. Kkakdugi (Cubed Radish Kimchi) Ponytail Radish (Chonggak) Kimchi. Oi Sobagi (Cucumber Kimchi) Nabak (Red Water) Kimchi. Dongchimi (Radish Water Kimchi) Gat (Mustard Leaf) Kimchi.
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Hello Everyone ! (커리스입니다) ^_^
Almost 1 month i did not share any story to fellow friends. Actually i just come back from holiday..I want to share foods i craving most.. I visited Kuala Lumpur aka KL, national capital and most populous global city in Malaysia.
If i travel to Kuala Lumpur i gonna search for Korean Foods. KL have a lots korean restaurant for examples Koryo Won, Da un Fine, Seoul Garden and more.
I choose Seoul Garden because nearest Korean Restaurant. Thanks GOD im full. I will always remember brought Kimchi along with me once i go back. I love Kimchi. (❀◕ ‿ ◕❀) (❁◕ ‿ ◕❁) (✾◕ ‿ ◕✾)
By the way, what Korean foods are you craving for?
Have a very wonderful day to everyone ✾◕ ‿ ◕✾
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I am happy today Its holiday. No working day. I can update my story. Friends, Any plan for this holiday?
First of all, Today is Lunar Year. HAPPY LUNAR YEAR TO KOREAN PEOPLE.
For Chinese People, HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR.
MONKEY YEAR 2016 ⊂((・⊥・))⊃
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Let go to our topic : Korean Traditional Foods...
My experiences with Korean traditional foods start when i was a University student. My first Korean foods i had taste was ddukbokki, kimchi and kimchi jeon. Ddukbokki really delicious. Maybe because of the sauce. But i really want to enjoy different taste of Korean Cuisine. One day, it will happen... (⁎⚈᷀᷁▿⚈᷀᷁⁎)
I missed the foods. Last year, i go vacation to big city. I am so suprise, i found kimchi with HALAL certificate (as image upload). Quite expensive. Because i missed kimchi so much, i brought it. At my hometown no kimchi available. The taste so yummy.. (◕ᴗ◕✿)
How about you ? what korean traditional foods you had taste? Share with me..✲ﾟ｡.(✿╹◡╹)ﾉ☆.｡₀:*ﾟ✲ﾟ*:₀｡
250 kinds of kimchi ^_^4 1496
Image Source: Seoulsync
Koreans take their kimchi very seriously: it is a staple in the Korean diet, and a side of kimchi is always expected when having a meal. And if you think you know kimchi, think twice: there are 250 kinds of kimchi, the most popular of which being cabbage kimchi (paechu kimchi), diced raddish kimchi (kakktugi), cucumber kimchi (o-i kimchi) and water kimchi (moul kimchi).
So yummy, Kimchi, Kimbap and Japchae (잡채)2 1961
Different kinds of kimchi photo5 1982
Authentic Korean Cusine2 1506
This the Korean food i tried last week. Me and my friends were invited my Korean embassy of Bangladesh. We performed in a event. So they invited us in a dinner to thank us. The food was really delicious. We ate sweet chicken, bibimbap squied and 4types of Kimchi.
Samgyetang with Kimchi ^^3 1843
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<p>Find out why Koreans eat so much kimchi!</p>
<p>In addition to being super healthy and uber delicious, kimchi goes perfect with all Korean food. And pretty much 99 of the Korean population eats it pretty much everyday at every meal. That’s because Koreans need that fresh feeling in their mouth. No joking… they NEED it! So even if they’re not eating Korean food, non-Korean restaurants in Korea will serve SOMETHING that will give that fresh feeling (i.e. pickles, pickled radish, etc.).</p>
<p>Do you think kimchi gives you that fresh feeling??</p>
why Koreans eat too much kimchi??2 1937
Kimchi is Korea’s representative food. It’s delicious, healthy and it goes good with everything. And Koreans eat it pretty much everyday, for pretty much every meal. It can’t be THAT good can it?! C Find out why Koreans eat so much kimchi!
In addition to being super healthy and uber delicious, kimchi goes perfect with all Korean food. And pretty much 99 of the Korean population eats it pretty much everyday at every meal. That’s because Koreans need that fresh feeling in their mouth. No joking… they NEED it! So even if they’re not eating Korean food, non-Korean restaurants in Korea will serve SOMETHING that will give that fresh feeling (i.e. pickles, pickled radish, etc.).
Do you think kimchi gives you that fresh feeling??
5 Crazy, Weird, Bizarre Korean Foods for the Brave 10 1886
5 Crazy, Weird, Bizarre Korean Foods for the Brave
Korean food is becoming popular world wide, and galbi, bibimbap, and kimchi jjigae have become terms known by Korean food connoisseurs and casual fans alike. One of the reasons Korean food has been successful is that it is generally well suited for taste buds all across the globe and there’s a wide variety of dishes making it easy for people to find something they like.
But Korean food is more than just bibimbap and kimchi. There’s a whole range of dishes that most non-Koreans have never even heard about. This is Korean food for the brave. Whether it be because of taste, smell, texture, or spiciness, these bizarre Korean dishes are on the extreme end of the spectrum, so much that even some Koreans won’t eat them.
Here’s a list of 5 of the strangest Korean dishes. Read on to see if you’re brave enough to try them.
(photo credit: http://maskfighter23.blogspot.com/This is by far one of the visually strangest foods Korea has to offer. Mostly sold in markets or by vendors in parks, this dish is eaten quickly and on the go- like a hot dog you’d eat from a cart in New York City. Instead of a familiar hot dog, though, it’s steamed silkworm larvae. Koreans grab a cup of the steamed larvae (complete with the juices that come out during the steaming process) and walk around the park enjoying the view, eating the silk worms with a toothpick. The taste is nothing special, nor is it particularly revolting (thought the smell takes some getting used to), but the actual feel of a silkworm larvae in your mouth, complete with the explosion that comes with the first bite, is what makes this Korean food so hard to swallow.
Tip 1: Find these in markets and large parks in Korea. They can also be found in Korean supermarkets around the world.
Tip 2: Korean supermarkets in America will sell these in cans, but they are labeled as fish bait.
KIM-CHI CHI-GAE Fermented Cabbage Soup 김치찌개4 1911
Fermented Cabbage Soup
Kimchi chigae is a very popular soup made primarily with kimchi. It is often prepared using older, more fermented and ripe kimchi, creating a stronger and flavorful taste while fresh kimchi may not bring out the full and rich flavors. Different variations can exist but sliced kimchi is usually put into a pot with tofu, onions, garlic and beef, pork or seafood, which are all boiled together with water or anchovy stock.
The soup is seasoned with either dwenjang and/or gochujang which contributes to the distinctive red color. Final soup is normally served in a stone pot and still boiling when served on the table. Typically, kimchi chigae is eaten with a bowl of rice accompanied by various side dishes!