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Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish made of fermented vegetables, usually cabbage and radishes, with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as spicy and pungent, and is a staple of Korean cuisine.
Kimchi is believed to have originated in Korea over 2,000 years ago, and was traditionally made in winter and stored in earthenware pots buried in the ground, where it would ferment over the course of several months. Today, kimchi is made year-round and is widely available in supermarkets and restaurants.
There are hundreds of different varieties of kimchi, made with different vegetables and seasonings. The most common type of kimchi is baechu kimchi, made with napa cabbage. Other popular varieties include oi sobagi (cucumber kimchi), gakdugi (radish kimchi), and chonggak kimchi (made with young radishes).
Kimchi is typically served as a side dish, but can also be used as an ingredient in other dishes such as kimchi fried rice or kimchi soup.
Kimchi is rich in vitamins A, B, and C, and also contains beneficial bacteria that can help with digestion. Some studies have also shown that kimchi may help to boost the immune system and protect against cancer.
Kimchi is a popular dish in Korea and around the world, and is enjoyed by people of all ages.
|Bnei Aruba||2013-2016||TV Mini-Series||Giyora Avni|
|Kapo Be'Yerushalaim||2015||Anton Kinstler|
|Boker Tov Adon Fidelman||2011||Noah Fidelman|
|Meorav Yerushalmi||2003-2010||TV Series||Ephraim Sa'ada|
|Agadat Deshe||2006-2007||TV Series||Shahar|
|Rosh Gadol||2004-2007||TV Series||Aviv Yaron|
|A Different Journey||1999||Short|
|Mazal dagim||1998||TV Movie|
|Kachol Amok||1997||TV Series||Ofer|
|Chatzi HaMenashe||1996||TV Series||Reuel|
|Naflu Al HaRosh||1994||TV Series||Various|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia