August 5, 2004
Today I went to see a Korean friend downtown, because her mother had made some delicious home-made Kimchi for me. Yesterday I was there and I tried some and it was very good. Her mother was thrilled that I liked it and sent two containers of it for me. Then I was thrilled. I love Kimchi!
So, to me it was a wonderful day to receive a gift like this. Itís another thing that I am thankful for in life. Life is meant to be shared and we are meant to be giving, caring people. This woman who made Kimchi for me sets a good example for all of us. To give without expecting anything in return and to do it with joy in a spirit of sharing is worth taking a look at. Life is so much better with people like this in it.
Posted by carl1236 at August 5, 2004 10:42 PM | Love your Neighbor
I would like to receive the recipe for making my own "KIMCHI"...... Cornelius
Posted by: cornelius at November 6, 2005 11:07 AM
Yes, I would like to have that recipe too. Any Koreans out there willing to teach us how to make real Kimchi? Please? I love Kimchi!
Posted by: John at November 8, 2005 9:06 PM
Yes, I would like to have that recipe too. Any Koreans out there willing to teach us how to make real Kimchi? Please? I love Kimchi! I hear it even prevents avian flu!
Posted by: John at November 8, 2005 9:07 PM
Hello. I've made some good batches of kimchi. I'd like to know how long kimchi can last for in the refrigerator? A good batch I made has been neglected for many months.. is it still good to eat?
Posted by: michael at October 31, 2006 2:16 PM
You can always make kimchi chi-ge or pa-jon with it if it's too old for eating. But it's pickled right? haha. So can it go bad sitting in a cool fridge? Some people have told me kimchi goes bad, but I've eaten it up to two months after sitting in there. I'm not an expert, but it still tasted good to me after that long. How did you make your kimchi?
Posted by: John at November 1, 2006 10:47 PM