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Old March 19, 2015   #1
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Default kim chi

My wife and I love kim chi..we are going to try growing napa cabbage in the garden and making our own. I would imagine that kim chi would need to be refrigerated..there by limiting the amount we can put up.

Anyone have any experience in preserving Kim chi?
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Old March 19, 2015   #2
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My only experience with Kim Chi was when I had a next door neighbor who was Korean. She made Kim Chi. I didn't know this. One day I was working in my yard and I smelled a strong odor like a gas leak. I traced it to between our houses. It seemed to be coming from her house. I knocked on her door and told her of the odor, so we both went back to between our houses and she got very concerned. We called the gas company and they sent out an emergency crew with sensors and meters and stuff. They traced the odor to here backyard where she had a pot of Kin Chi fermenting in the ground.

I think the stuff will last a while without refrigeration but I'm sure it will last much longer refrigerated.
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Old March 19, 2015   #3
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I love this woman - I think she has several diff. kimchi recipes
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Old March 20, 2015   #4
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Originally Posted by luigiwu View Post
I love this woman - I think she has several diff. kimchi recipes
Thanks for posting this.

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