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JAOTTO SparkPoints: (47,597)
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2/2/12 10:37 A

Ask the grocer.

PINTOFSLEEP Posts: 4
1/30/12 10:26 A

I'm living in Japan but its plain kimchi no fish but I can't find any brand with the nutrition listed and on spark the ones i looked at had very high salt

M_SGIRL SparkPoints: (0)
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1/30/12 10:21 A

Kimchi from northern Korea typically uses less salt. Look at the ingredient list...if it's flavored with seafood or brine, then the salt content will be much higher.

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SOAPSANDROPES Posts: 689
1/30/12 9:01 A

Mmmm,kimchi. I personally would reduce sodium other places to make up for it.

JAOTTO SparkPoints: (47,597)
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1/26/12 12:12 P

TOTAL sodium intake is a problem. Buy your kinchi by selecting the brand with the less sodium. Then enjoy.

PINTOFSLEEP Posts: 4
1/24/12 10:59 A

Hi is the salt in kimchi a massive problem?

I have been eating it as it is otherwise quite healthy.

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