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Radish Kimchi


£9.50

A crunchy and fresh kimchi.

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Description

A vibrant medley of radishes, including daikon and red garden varieties, awaits discovery in this crunchy and crisp kimchi. Crafted with meticulous care and attention to detail, each slice of radish bursts with a symphony of textures and flavors, inviting the senses on a tantalizing journey of exploration.

In this sanctuary of culinary alchemy, tradition and innovation converge to create a masterpiece of Korean cuisine, where the art of fermentation transforms humble radishes into a sensory delight. With each satisfying crunch, the crispness of daikon and the boldness of red garden radishes harmonize in perfect balance, infusing the palate with a kaleidoscope of vibrant tastes and textures.

As the tangy notes of fermentation dance upon the tongue, one is transported to a realm where simplicity reigns supreme, and the essence of nature is celebrated with reverence. In this exquisite creation, one discovers not just a kimchi, but a testament to the transformative power of fermentation and the boundless creativity of culinary tradition.

Additional information

Weight0.9 kg
Size

800g

Producer

Verdurin

Ingredients

Daikon radish, garden radish, carrots, water, ginger, cornflour, onions, scallions, chilli powder, salt.

Nutritional values per 100g

Energy 104kJ/24kcal; fat 0.5g, of which saturates 0.1g; carbohydrates 2.4g, of which sugars 1.1g; fibre 1.5g; protein 0.5g; salt 1.1g.

Storage and Care

Keep refrigerated at all times. Open the bag to release any gas buildup which occurs naturally. Once open, consume within 5 days.

Diet

Vegan

Notes on fermentation

Unlike the pickled products you might buy at a supermarket, our fermented food and drinks are unpasteurised and unfiltered and contain live bacterial cultures. The ferment’s taste will develop with time. The fermentation process naturally produces bubbles of carbon dioxide. A film of white kahm yeast may form of the surface of the food. This is benign and can simply be discarded.