Kimchi is one of the most important traditional foods in Korea. Made from fermented napa cabbage using various spices, this popular side dish can also include other vegetables, such as radishes and carrots.
The flavor of kimchi varies depending on the ingredients used, but it’s best described as spicy and sour. Kimchi can be eaten by itself or used in cooking to flavor stews, rice and noodles.
Because kimchi is fermented, it’s packed with probiotics. Probiotics are live microorganisms that keep your gut healthy. It is thanks to probiotics that kimchi is able to offer plenty of health benefits.
Here are six reasons to incorporate this fermented Korean superfood into your diet. Read more…