Kimchi Made with 'Hilton' Chinese Cabbage

Make some delicious Korean kimchi, or "kimchee," using Napa cabbage. The longer you let it set, the spicier it gets!

Spring 2016

  • When you finally combine your ingredients in one bowl, make sure the entire contents of the bowl are completely mixed!
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  • Leave the sealed jars out at room temperature to continue the fermentation process. Two to five days will allow the mixture to go from mild to spicy, all according to your tastes.
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Yield: 4 quarts

Why not make turn this delicious heirloom cabbage into some Korean kimchi, or "kimchee," and enjoy it anytime you want a bold side dish?

For more about this veggie and how to grow it yourself, see: 'Hilton' Chinese Cabbage.

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