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4/13/12 7:42 A

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I can't see a problem with using cabbage shredded as finely as you want it. In any case the fermentation process will soften it and ease the digestibility. If your stomach is a bit sensitive you may want to go easy on the garlic, ginger and chilli when making kimchi.
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Alan

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4/12/12 11:57 P

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Kimchi drbenkim.com/how-make-kim-chi.htm

Patt in Minneapolis
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4/12/12 10:05 P

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Hi does any dose know how to make kimchee, question, I have a hard time chewing and since cabbage is so tough I was wondering if I could slice in my food processor, would that ruin it if it was screaded like that

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