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EVERYDAY KIMCHI- ORIGINAL
Bite-sized squares of traditional napa cabbage undergo a quick and cold-fermentation process, resulting in a fresh and vibrant taste. Our Original variety utilizes authentic Korean kimchi ingredients that perfectly complement meals and is easy to eat straight from the jar.
EVERYDAY KIMCHI- SPICY
Bite-sized squares of traditional napa cabbage go through a quick and cold-fermentation process, resulting in a fresh and bright taste. Our Spicy adds a touch of heat for those looking to take the flavor up a notch and leave a lingering warmth for the tastebuds.
EVERYDAY KIMCHI- SEAWEED
Bite-sized squares of traditional napa cabbage go through a quick and cold-fermentation process, resulting in a fresh and bright taste. Our Seaweed Kimchi has a richer, umami taste from this earthy sea vegetable packed full of nutrients.
WHAT SETS US APART
A cold fermentation process: Our Everyday Kimchi ferments in a cool temperature which allows for a slower fermentation process. Unlike ambient temperature fermentation, this results in a fresh and bright texture with a signature tangy bite.
Our Everyday Kimchi is a nod to traditional Mak [simple] Kimchi which uses square cut napa cabbage. The smaller pieces increase the surface area that is exposed to the seasoning, allowing for an accelerated fermentation process that still produces a rich depth of flavor.
FULL-BODY, BOLD TASTE: There is a depth of flavor in our Reserve line that sets MIL apart. This rich, savory umami flavor and tangy zing come from our sauce, hand-craft techniques, and a long fermentation process.
GUT-HEALTHY: Kimchi has long been known for its nutritional benefits. On top of the vitamins and minerals from the vegetables, there are tons of diverse beneficial bacteria naturally occurring from the fermentation process.
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