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    Quick Vegan Kimchi
    1 cup water
    1/4 cup salt
    4 stalks spring onion
    5 tablespoons minced garlic
    1/4 cup carrot, shredded
    1 1/2 - 2 tablespoons doeanjang soy bean paste (amzn.to/32rfZfo)
    2 tablespoons pear puree
    1/3 cup Korean pepper flakes (amzn.to/35Jmlcb)

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Comments • 31

  • East Meets Kitchen
    East Meets Kitchen  27 days ago +9

    So it's approaching November and that's usually the time for Kimjang - which is this huge get together of the community to make kimchi!! I figure a lot of you will have this type of cabbage available and it's pretty easy to make, so hope you all like it😊

  • Annaliese D
    Annaliese D 26 days ago

    This looks so good! I also like the calm music and vibe of this video! :)

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  23 days ago

      Yah, I was joking to someone that this channel is turning into an ASMR channel😂❤️

  • Erik Munneke
    Erik Munneke 26 days ago +1

    Actually had a tub of this Korean soy bean paste hanging around in my fridge for more than a year and never used it... I guess it's about time to get cracking with this, ideal to use up the abundance of cabbage and pear from my garden!=D

    • Erik Munneke
      Erik Munneke 23 days ago

      @satoshiketchump Got my own kimchi fermenting now, so really want to try that stew! Been drooling over video's of making it for about a year now xD

    • Erik Munneke
      Erik Munneke 23 days ago

      @East Meets Kitchen Cool, already thought it'd be a bit like miso in the way you use it. Deffo gonna give it a go as a dip for veggies!

    • satoshiketchump
      satoshiketchump 23 days ago +1

      You can mix it with Gochujang, add a little sesame oil and voila! You've got ssamjang dipping sauce for Korean BBQ. Or make a kimchi jjiggae (kimchi stew) using the paste and kimchi.

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  23 days ago +2

      That tub is magic. Just mix it with some water and you have a soup base to pour on noodles or stick some tofu, mushrooms and veggies into it and you have a meal. Take a little bit of that paste and dip your veggies in it - it's salty, but really addictive. -- It has a different flavor than miso (more savory), but you can use it in very similar ways.

  • Homemade Mama
    Homemade Mama 26 days ago

    I have been wanting to try making kimchi for awhile and this sounds fun to make.

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  23 days ago +1

      Try the white radish one that I made earlier too. Both are so delicious and use similar ingredients, but they're different too.

  • youtube_Bryant
    youtube_Bryant 26 days ago

    Pear puree is an interesting addition. I have to give this a try. Thanks!

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  23 days ago +1

      Asian pear is what the Koreans use, but it's hard to find here sometimes.

  • Laura Schmitz
    Laura Schmitz 26 days ago

    Love it! Thank you so much!
    Your Chanel is awesome, more people should know you

  • E Pearson
    E Pearson 27 days ago

    Thanks! Can I substitute miso?

    • E Pearson
      E Pearson 26 days ago

      @East Meets Kitchen thank you

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  26 days ago

      Yes I've done it with miso before. Miso is a bit more sweet and doenjang is for sure more savory so if you do end up getting a hold of that it's a great ingredient for soups and dressings too.😊

  • White Raven
    White Raven 27 days ago

    I was about to search a recipe for this when the video popped up. Thank you!

  • mary warner
    mary warner 27 days ago +1


    • mary warner
      mary warner 26 days ago

      @East Meets Kitchen thank you 😘

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  26 days ago +1

      I'll go with plantbased with special attention on social and environmental impact👍😊

  • Fine Art of Cooking
    Fine Art of Cooking 27 days ago +3

    Hello, my friend, thank you for this wonderful kimchi recipe. The soy bean paste is a surprise ingredients but your finished dish looks delicious. This is a great recipe. Cheers!

  • Norris Hohn
    Norris Hohn 27 days ago +1

    Very good. :)

  • Nate Johnson
    Nate Johnson 27 days ago +2

    Amazing cutting/ripping technique.

    • Nate Johnson
      Nate Johnson 27 days ago

      East Meets Kitchen I’m trying that next time I make kimchi❤️

    • East Meets Kitchen
      East Meets Kitchen  27 days ago +1

      I love that bit❤️ it's weirdly satisfying to pull the leaves apart, hehe😋

  • Nate Johnson
    Nate Johnson 27 days ago +1

    I love kimchi 🌱❤️