from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of kimchi.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The panchan here is very respectable, and the two kimchis we tried were both knockouts - chili-laced chunks of pickled daikon radish, as well as a fiery pickled napa cabbage.
I went to see two movies [the fantastic Wanted, the hardly watchable Mummy 3], ate a lot of good food, including some very strange regional kimchis, made friends with a cute monk who may or may not have been between the ages of 14 and 95, rode the KTX supertrain at 304kph, and read a lot of good books.
It's in ALL Korean kimchis because supposedly it has some of the hardiest probiotics that occur naturally in the plant itself.
There are fresh kimchis that are hardly fermented.
(One sign that those small-batch kimchis and handmade chocolates are more than a cutesy trend?