Anonymous: I enjoy korean food, but I'm vegetarian (nor do I eat fish) and I find your blog helpful. Thank you! But I had a question. Is kimchi usually vegetarian or no? Because whenever I go Korean grocery shopping i sometimes can't find any that I can eat.
Yeah, no problem! I’m glad you find my blog helpful! :’D
Kimchi is usually vegetarian, but some kimchis are made out of 젓갈 (little baby shrimps seasoned with salt), so you should probably read the labels and see.
If you ask me again, I can give you a translated version of how to make 100% vegetarian kimchi!
In case anyone is wondering, no, this blog isn’t dead. I’ve posted a lot of things and I’m looking for new materials to post. Regular postings will resume next week, so stay tuned!
Anonymous: Hi~ I was wondering if you could share your ddeokbokki recipe? I always try to make it but it never turns out looking as good as yours does! ^~^
Ahhh!! >.< Thank you! It LOOKS good but it didn’t taste TOO good. It was supposed to be a tester, which, for a tester, it tasted all right…but it was definitely missing ingredients (a.k.a. corn syrup). I think mine was more “healthy” than tasting like a traditional ddeokbokki.
Even so, do you still want my recipe? ;-;