Deliciously sour, spicy and umami, kimchi is the national dish of Korea. It’s traditionally made with cabbage, though it can be made from almost any vegetable and can vary in levels of heat and funkiness. This is my take on a classic cabbage kimchi. You can leave out the fish sauce to make this vegan – although it does add a pleasing savoury depth.
30 MINUTES + SALTING + FERMENTING | MAKES 1KG | EASY
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