Quick Kimchi

This is from Yoga Journal, October 2009. Kimchi boasts high levels of good bacteria (probiotics) due to its fermentation process. This is a variation of traditional baechu kimchi. Cooking and prep time reflect fermentation process.

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  • Rinse cabbages and cut crosswise into 2 inch lengths. Peel the daikon, cut lengthwise into quarters, then into pieces about 1/2 inch thick.
  • Dissolve salt in water. Place cabbages and daikon in a large bowl and pour the salt water over them. Let sit at least 6 hours, or overnight.
  • Drain the vegetables, reserving water. Return the cabbage and daikon to the bowl and add green onions, garlic, ginger, and chili powder. Mix well.
  • Pack the mixture into a 1 gallon glass jar. Slowly pour the reserved salty water over the vegetables to cover, leaving about 1 inch of space on top. Tightly close the jar.
  • Place the jar in a cool, dark place for 2 to 3 days, depending on how pickled you like it. Refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.
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"This is from Yoga Journal, October 2009. Kimchi boasts high levels of good bacteria (probiotics) due to its fermentation process. This is a variation of traditional baechu kimchi. Cooking and prep time reflect fermentation process."
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  1. yogiclarebear
    This is from Yoga Journal, October 2009. Kimchi boasts high levels of good bacteria (probiotics) due to its fermentation process. This is a variation of traditional baechu kimchi. Cooking and prep time reflect fermentation process.
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