Korea’s most famous
slow food Kimchi is
the product of generations passing on wisdom about salting and fermenting vegetables such as napa cabbage.
- Kimchi, Korea's most famous slow food, is made with the wisdom of Korea's ancestors in salting, storing, and fermenting vegetables such as radish or napa cabbage. With more than 15 ingredients in play, Kimchi takes the natural taste of the ingredients and enriches it with unique acidity, achieved through an extended period of fermentation. A combination of chili pepper, garlic, and ginger creates a well balanced flavor, which is paired with a crisp and juicy texture.