Kimchi Hot Sauce 120ml
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Sooo Kimchi is a probiotic lactic-acid bacteria (LAB) fermented vegetable food inspired from Korea, the most common of which is baechu or Napa cabbage and white radish cubes. Artisanal made small batches in Amsterdam from a natural fermentation method, vegan and unpasteurised.
How spicy is Sooo Kimchi?
Sooo Kimchi definitely gives a kick in your taste buds. For those who can't handle spice, Sooo Kimchi is more for the advanced spice lovers.
What does Sooo Kimchi taste like?
Fermentation brings acidic and tangy flavours to this kimchi. It has a sweet, spicy and sour taste and a crunchy texture of the vegetables. As fermentation continues to progress, the kimchi will get more sour. It is addictively tasty and brings a kick into your appetite. You will find yourself adding Sooo Kimchi to every dish because of its umami flavour.
What's in Sooo Kimchi?
Unlike regular kimchi, it doesn’t contain any fish sauce or shellfish. It is 100% vegan and unpasteurised.
Napa cabbage kimchi contains:
Napa cabbage, carrot, white radish, red pepper powder, doenjang (soybean, wheat flour, rice koji), red onion, apple, sugar, mirin, garlic, spring onion, ginger, rice vinegar, tomato, sriracha, water
Allergens: sulfite, gluten
White radish cube kimchi contains:
white radish, red pepper powder, doenjang (soybean, wheat flour, rice koji), red onion, apple, sugar, mirin, garlic, spring onion, ginger, rice vinegar, tomato, sriracha, water
Allergens: sulfite, gluten
How do I use Sooo Kimchi?
You can add Sooo Kimchi to literally every dish. From traditional recipes like kimchi fried rice, noodles to grilled cheese or just straight from the jar, nothing is too crazy.
How long does Sooo Kimchi last?
You can store kimchi for up to six months in the refrigerator. Keep in mind that the flavour and texture will slightly change overtime as kimchi is a living product and will continue to slowly ferment in the refrigerator.
Napa cabbage kimchi will be your go-to side dish with every meal. Adding it to white rice or noodles will give your dish that extra kick and spice. Or how about kimchi toast with some melted cheese in between? You will get surprised how well those flavours pair with each other.
White radish cube kimchi is great for snack time when you want something healthy yet delicious to snack on.
Napa cabbage kimchi getting too sour for your taste? No worries, well-fermented kimchi is ideal for making kimchi stew. Add some mushrooms and spring onion and you got yourself a hearty meal for a cold rainy afternoon.
Sooo Kimchi believes in the sustainable impact of a traditional way of food preservation; wild fermentation. This kind of fermentation does not require a starter to ferment, instead, it ferments in its own natural way with little energy needed. Unlike other preservation methods in which the food loses its nutrients overtime - with fermentation - it increases the good bacteria a.k.a probiotics (great for gut health!) This method is also great in decreasing food waste and for extending the shelf life of a product.