Time for class.
Time after time…
But I’m so lazy!
Kimchi loves to be a part of all your Korean meals and you love it to be a part of yours which means you’ll need to have a goodly amount on hand. Especially if you have lots of people joining you at said meals (or even if it’s just you––I don’t judge because I feel you).
The trouble, then, is that to purchase goodly amounts of kimchi at your local grocery, you will need a goodly amount of pesos, euros, drachmas…you get my point. Or what if you don’t even have a store nearby that carries kimchi? Then it’s best to just make it yourself. Continue reading