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Does anyone have a good Kim Chee recipe

Posted by michelelc 6B, MA (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 25, 12 at 9:42

I have 4 big heads of Napa cabbage that I picked on Friday. Unfortunately, 2 started to bolt while I was away for the week on a work trip. Ugh, the weather has been crazy, we go from unseasonably cool to crazy hot!
I'd like to try to make some Kim Chee. I've never done it before. Will it be OK to use the Napa that started to bolt? It had just started, so no big flowers or anything. Does anyone have a good recipe?
Thanks,
Michele


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RE: Does anyone have a good Kim Chee recipe

If you Google it you find several sources, some are videos and some just step by step instructions and many are discussions about it here at GW - in the Hot Peppers forum and especially in the Cooking forum.

The issue with it is the safety of any particular recipe so take care with which you use.

Meanwhile I linked a long previous discussion about it here with recipes.

Dave

Here is a link that might be useful: Kim Chee discussion


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RE: Does anyone have a good Kim Chee recipe

Thanks Dave! I did a search here but I spelled Kim chee differently.


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