well i had never heard of that before, but already looked for it and it seems like a good thing indeed! :) have a great monday!
Ich kann mir vorstellen, wie sich die Vorfreude anfühlt... Ich habe noch nie (bewusst) Kimchi gegessen, klingt aber sehr gut!
Ohhh! I hope it turns out good Sandra! I'll take you to Kimchii Museum in Seoul when you come to visit one day! *stor kram*
I love how beautiful it looks while you have to wait
I have never tried it but it looks promising!! yumyum
it's addictive! this is the first time we made it at home, i'm so excited!
Mmmmmm! I'm trying to grab it through my monitor, but it's not working!
your monitor sucks big time!
I'm going to return it to the store and demand a new one that gives me kimchi.
it's sure good model for photographing, guess it will taste that good, too :)
Hi! A new reader from South Korea :) That jar seems perfect for making kimchi :)
yumyum!!! Tried it when I was in South Korea and absolutely love it :o)
yummmm. i love kimchi, possibly more than anything. (except for sleep, maybe? and polaroids.) i love those jars! i saw them on the no-waste-project blog just the other day, and am thinking about getting them. are they actually airtight?
i guess so :) you can choose to put as many of those metal things as you like on the lid.
Oh I LOVE kimchi. I will definitely be trying this myself.
Hi Sandra! I'm a long time follower and admirer of your blog. If you like kimchi and Korean food, might I suggest Maangchi's blog: http://www.maangchi.com/Her videos are super easy to follow with great results.
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