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If anyone has any requests Msg me or post here.
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something fast and delicious please ^^
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Well what kinda foods did you have in paticular.>.>
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and preferebly already cooked and delivered to my front door
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haha... yeah, that's it... a phonenumber wotuld be enough ^^ ...
nnah, anything... something fast and delicious... and easy too make ofc
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Well there is fresh Indian corn Where you just you ground up fresh beef and and corn nun in paticular just fresh off the cob then you can butter up a skillet and let er rip at medium heat.
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ooh, I got indian corns growing in my backyard >_<
naaah, but I see what you mean... I've eaten fried corns and it's delicious
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I prefer call to telepizza
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do you have a delicious recipe of ramen or maybe a hot curry meal?
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me want some recipe of kimchi!i dunno how to do it
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To all of you who want tips or recipes I would prefer msg on my profile cause I dont really come one all that often and I might forget to look here for updates on my forum
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To all of you who want tips or recipes I would prefer msg on my profile cause I dont really come one all that often and I might forget to look here for updates on my forum


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thelover123 wrote:

To all of you who want tips or recipes I would prefer msg on my profile cause I dont really come one all that often and I might forget to look here for updates on my forum


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I understand but i am usually kept really busy in Real Life that I dont hvae time for myself. Sorry if that messes things up.
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The favorite kimchi vegetable is Chinese (or Napa) cabbage. The Koreans ferment it in enormous quantities. They then pack the kimchi into huge earthenware jars, bury the jars in the ground up to the neck, and cover the lids with straw until the kimchi is needed. Kimchi almost always includes hot pepper, usually dried and either ground or crushed into flakes. Because the ground dried hot pepper sold in Korean markets is generally fairly mild, Koreans can use generous quantities. Some of the Mexican (and New Mexican) ground peppers now sold in supermarkets are comparable. If you can't find ground pepper with a moderate heat level, you might combine sweet paprika and cayenne to suit your taste.




3 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon pickling salt 6 cups water
2 lbs. Chinese (Napa) cabbage, cut into 2-inch squares
6 scallions, cut into 2-inch lengths, then slivered
1 1/2 tablespoons minced fresh ginger
2 tablespoons Korean ground dried hot pepper (or other mildly hot ground red pepper)
1 teaspoon sugar



1. Dissolve the 3 tablespoons salt in the water. Put the cabbage into a large bowl, a crock, or a nonreactive pot, and pour the brine over it. Weight the cabbage down with a plate. Let the cabbage stand for 12 hours.

2. Drain the cabbage, reserving the brine. Mix the cabbage with the remaining ingredients, including the 1 teaspoon salt. Pack the mixture into a 2-quart jar. Pour enough of the reserved brine over the cabbage to cover it. Push a freezer bag into the mouth of the jar, and pour the remaining brine into the bag. Seal the bag. Let the kimchi ferment in a cool place, at a temperature no higher than 68° F, for 3 to 6 days,until the kimchi is as sour as you like.

3. Remove the brine bag, and cap the jar tightly. Store the kimchi in the refrigerator, where it will keep for months.

Is that adaquite Kimchi?>
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