10 Ways to Eat Kimchi (and Not Hate It)

Brianne DiSylvester

Kimchi ... you either love it or hate it.

Definitely an acquired taste, kimchi is a hot and spicy traditional Korean dish made of spices and fermented veggies like cabbage, cukes, radishes, or green onions. If you don't like pickled things, don't even attempt a bite.

Trust us.

But it's great for your health and there are also tons of ways to work it into your everyday meals ...


Kimchi is among the World's Healthiest Foods and gives you 80 percent of your daily vitamin C and carotene intake.

It's also high in fiber, vitamins A and B, iron, and calcium, and is said to aid in digestion and possibly reduce cancer growth.

Eat it plain, or check out our favorite 10 ways to munch on it. Just fair warning: Kimchi will blow your skirt up!

You can add it to:

  1. Eggs
  2. Stews and soups
  3. Fried rice
  4. Hot dogs and sausages
  5. Burgers
  6. Sushi
  7. Chicken, steak, or seafood
  8. Wontons
  9. Tacos
  10. Roasted potatoes

Are you adventurous enough to try kimchi?


Images (top to bottom): Adactio/Flickr; Ron Diggity/Flickr

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