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Kimchi cabbage takes a little longer to make than the daikon one because you have to salt the nappa cabbage.

Ingredients:

1 Nappa cabbage sliced vertically into 4 pieces

1/4 cup chili flakes

1 tbsp salted shrimp (or another salt food, ex: anchovies)

1 tbsp grated ginger

1 chopped scallion

1/4 cup chopped daikon

1 tsp garlic

1 tbsp asian pear

Salt

Cover the cabbage with salt, including between the layers of the leaves. Let sit for 30 minutes. Mean while, add rest of the ingredients together in small bowl. After the 30 minutes, rinse cabbage well with water, and squeeze out water. Salt the cabbage again as in step 1. Continue salting and rinsing in 30 minute intervals, so that you have salted the cabbage 4 times and the thick leaves of the cabbage become soft. Rinse well. Finally, add the chili paste-like mixture between the leaves of the cabbage. Stick it in a large container and keep in fridge. Let it sit for at least 48 hours before eating. Can keep for a month… or longer. The longer the kimchi sits, the better it will taste because of the fermentation process. Enjoy.

 

*the picture is of the kimchi I made.