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  • noun Plural form of kimchi.


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  • The panchan here is very respectable, and the two kimchis we tried were both knockouts - chili-laced chunks of pickled daikon radish, as well as a fiery pickled napa cabbage.

    Steve Dolinsky: Kalbi After Dark 2008

  • I went to see two movies [the fantastic Wanted, the hardly watchable Mummy 3], ate a lot of good food, including some very strange regional kimchis, made friends with a cute monk who may or may not have been between the ages of 14 and 95, rode the KTX supertrain at 304kph, and read a lot of good books.

    Apologies to the Internet savemyseoul 2008

  • It's in ALL Korean kimchis because supposedly it has some of the hardiest probiotics that occur naturally in the plant itself.

    Secrets of Asian American Longevity GreenFertility 2006

  • There are fresh kimchis that are hardly fermented.

    Serious Eats 2009

  • (One sign that those small-batch kimchis and handmade chocolates are more than a cutesy trend?

    NYT > Home Page By CHRISTINE MUHLKE 2010


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