Add parsley, dulse, and fermented vegetable juice to the grated vegetables and mix well. Place fermented vegetables in a sanitized wide mouth jar.
Press down with a kraut pounder to remove any air pockets and ensure a solid pack. Wait for 1 hour so that juice from the vegetables rises to the top of the jar. Place a single cabbage leaf over the contents of the jar, pushing it down under the liquid in the jar. This protects the fermenting vegetables from exposure to the air, which can cause mold.
A glass weight or other heavy object can be used to keep the cabbage leaf below the surface of the brine. Secure the jar lid with a vapour lock to inhibit contamination. Allow to ferment for 5 to 7 days, or until active fermentation ceases. Allow the fermented vegetables to ferment at room temperature for a week. Once all active bubbling has stopped the jar may be refrigerated. Replace the vapour lock lid with a normal wide-mouth lid. Notes It may take a week or more for the flavours to meld and be to your liking. Serve when it tastes how you like it.
Recipe Card powered by. Take a large spoon and push down the cabbage until all are submerged in the liquid. Burp the bottle after a day or two or when you see bubbles forming on top. But I simplified and included only the essential ones for this recipe.
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We have a great time and we eat lots of delicious food! Thanks for de-mystifying!!! I still have one question for you: did you drain the liquid from your cabbage after the salting and soaking process?
I started some kim chee last night. I used about 1. Most recipes that I have seen use tons of salt, then require rinsing. I was trying to avoid all of the waste and rinsing. What do you think?
My mom is neurotic about cleanliness and she washes before AND after. I wash the cabbage before salting and keep the liquid, after adjusting for the saltiness. The two most awesome dishes, WOW. Thanks, good job. I will try this. Thanks so much for sharing this!
Oh man, awesome!! I love kimchi, though it took me a while to come around to it. I had it not too long ago rolled up in sushi. It was so good! Try it on pizza next time. With a little bit of spic kimchi on top of veggie pizza is indescribable! Its […]. We also love sauerkraut in everything so we get our share of […]. I use whatever vegetables I have to make this easy sushi rolls for lunch.
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Now waiting for the fermentation. Thanks for the recipe. Hai Dana, can I use Tropicana pineapple juice instead of canned pineapple juice? Can you please help me with this. This is so delicious! It tastes perfect!
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Other than that — perfection! Thanks for another gem :. She clearly stated this was not traditional Kimche, but a simplified vegan version. This site is for vegans, and it is free. There is absolutely no reason to be rude. I made your recipe with the exception of the carrots… they seem like they would completely change the flavor of the Kimchee… other than that, you recipe was very good! I just found you while surfing, looking for new plant based recipes! So excited to try more of your recipes.