Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Kim Chi Factory In Incheon

Finally we reached our destination.... a Ginseng Farm to experience the production of ginseng milk and our first Kim-Chi making session.

Actually I don't really like to eat kim-chi... I prefer pickled papaya or cucumber anytime.. hahaha.. Let me tell you ah... after the earlier breakfast, each meal is a MUST have kim-chi...

Here was what we did .... I can say we did a marvelous job on the KIM-CHI... hahahaha...

Let's get ready.....

see.... got "gaya" right?

Just look at Andy.. serious one!

even Fernie can do???

Now his turn to do while I clicked...

Presenting Ipoh Kim-Chi maker!

I doubt he could eat that!! hahahaa...

23 comments:

  1. I can make kimchi too... used to make them... but stopped making cuz have to make in large amount and nobody gonna finish it.

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  2. oh this is so much fun :) i don't quite like kim chi too cos it's too sour for my taste :)

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  3. i dunno what is kim chi. i heard from one person that she really really like eating it, but, you didn't like it.
    what are the ingredients needed to make kimchi? is it sweet? spicy? bitter? salty?:-)

    btw, thanks for considering me as one of the winners:-) clap clap

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  4. Did you add raw shrimps into your kimchi? It seems shrimps can create wonders to the dish. How true is it?

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  5. Inlove Kim chi but cannot eat a lot!! Looks fresh ... Yummy! Btw, want to scale up kledang hill when I back in early feb ?

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  6. I love Korea, going to go back there again!

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  7. cleff: me not really like.. :)


    amy: i agree with u..


    barb: something is ... not so nice..


    veta: yes..hope you like my small gift.. hahaha..


    mingna: i feel something funny taste there..


    chris: u talk only!! hahaha..


    pete: i dont want to go la.. hahaha..

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  8. Wow, such a fun trip for you and your kids! Did your boy really gulp down the Kim Chi?!

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  9. looks fun..i hvn't experienced that before.

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  10. After I saw your Korean costume post, and then this post, I see something very familiar, I went here before years back... I get to buy very nice strawberry nearby and get to see the ginseng plant.

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  11. that wrapped kim chi looks like a 'dumpling' (hum yoke choong)

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  12. blee: maybe u should go again..


    moon: yes, yes.. the strawberries are so sweet!!


    lena: not bad hor??


    tekkaus: not me! hahaa..


    kathy: yeah, he is always funny!

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  13. oh..this is so much fun. Last time when i went, i think kim chi making still not in the list, maybe next round when i go Korea i can put my hand on kim chi making too.

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  14. I don't like kimchi but he enjoyed eating that's really good...

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  15. me not really a kimchi lover but hey u guys can make it well! :D

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  16. Wa.... now you can teach me how to make Kimchi :)

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  17. Its a great effort from your side. I first thought you were doing it just for fun, but at the end the truth came up. You were pretty interested in having a dish prepared by you. Hope you enjoyed the food.

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  18. Oh ..you made it very sime ya...I guess the cabbages were already salted earlier.

    I hope my bud taste can accept Kim Chi...hope...hope..hope...

    I love the Winter Sonata scenery..so breathtakingly fabulous..

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  19. So nice they let u hv some hands-on experience in the tour. Adult's "arts n crafts". hehehe

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