Laurence Corlett

Laurence Corlett

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A traditional side from South Korea, kimchi is a fermented cabbage condiment not too dissimilar to pickles or sauerkraut. Famed for its spicy, tangy flavour and rich red colour, this fermented favourite is not only great for your gut but it'll turn somewhat bland dishes into fiery explosions of flavour. Whip up your own batch at home with this simple guide by, The Online Grill.

A traditional side from South Korea, kimchi is a fermented cabbage condiment not too dissimilar to pickles or sauerkraut. Famed for its spicy, tangy flavour and rich red colour, this fermented favourite is not only great for your gut but it'll turn somewhat bland dishes into fiery explosions of flavour. Whip up your own batch at home with this simple guide by, The Online Grill.

Lately I've been trying to learn some authentic korean food recipes to remember my heritage. Today, I'm sharing my mom's 김치 / kimchi recipe.

Lately I've been trying to learn some authentic korean food recipes to remember my heritage. Today, I'm sharing my mom's 김치 / kimchi recipe.

Lately I've been trying to learn some authentic korean food recipes to remember my heritage. Today, I'm sharing my mom's 김치 / kimchi recipe.

Lately I've been trying to learn some authentic korean food recipes to remember my heritage. Today, I'm sharing my mom's 김치 / kimchi recipe.

Fermented foods are certainly all the rage and for good reason. But what are they exactly, and why are they gaining such attention? Fermented foods are things like yogurt, buttermilk, cottage cheese, sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir and kombucha --products made from yeast starter (like sourdough bread) or lactic acid (like kimchi) or others. Very simply...

Fermented foods are certainly all the rage and for good reason. But what are they exactly, and why are they gaining such attention? Fermented foods are things like yogurt, buttermilk, cottage cheese, sauerkraut, kimchi, kefir and kombucha --products made from yeast starter (like sourdough bread) or lactic acid (like kimchi) or others. Very simply...

Make an inexpensive smoker with what you can get at a home improvement store. Treat yourself to real smoked barbecue this summer.

Make an inexpensive smoker with what you can get at a home improvement store. Treat yourself to real smoked barbecue this summer.

Using traditional methods of curing and smoking meat is a delicious way to preserve meat for enjoyment year round. In this post, I share some of our current meat cures, as well as a few of my favorite resources so you can try it yourself! | Homestead Honey

Using traditional methods of curing and smoking meat is a delicious way to preserve meat for enjoyment year round. In this post, I share some of our current meat cures, as well as a few of my favorite resources so you can try it yourself! | Homestead Honey