Bibigo Sliced Kimchi, 500 g

Delivery to England, Wales, and Parts of Scotland only.

3 / 5

11 avis

Savourez le plat préféré des coréens et vous comprendrez pourquoi ils l'adorent ! Ce bocal contient 450g de kimchi, du chou blanc fermenté dans une saumure épicée de piment rouge, d'ail, de poireau, de gingembre et d'autres arômes intenses. À déguster tel quel en accompagnement, ou en garniture dans les nouilles, les fondues ou le riz pour épicer votre repas.

Réf de l'article: #16818

Plus d'infos

Le kimchi est un plat coréen (LE plat coréen selon de nombreux adeptes de la cuisine coréenne) extrêmement populaire au Japon. On en retrouve notamment dans les fondues nabe, et on peut le manger avec des ramen ou avec du riz. À essayer d'urgence si vous raffolez de saveurs coréennes relevées, ou de nourriture épicée en général.

Guide d'utilisation

This item will be packed with cool gel and sent using a Nominated Day Delivery. Please consume by the midnight of the Use By Date. Please store in the fridge and do not freeze.

Détails de l'article :

Valeurs nutritionnelles

Per 100g:
• Energy: 134kJ/32kcal
• Total Fat: 0.3g
• Carbohydrates: 5.4g
• Sugars: 0.8g
• Protein: 1.9g 
• Salt: 1.4g


1 avis
I was keen to pit *** against *** that I normally buy. Initially, I was a regula with *** mat (slices) from their 250g jars or preferably from their 500g pouches. But that was until I discovered their 2.5kg *** was better in taste and it has no MSG or 2g carbs.\n\nSo how does *** compare? Unfortunately, compared to these three, the taste for me isn’t quite there. It lacks the heavy fermented smells and taste. It’s texture of the bite is very crisp - the cabbage seems young and fresh meaning it may not have fermented long enough. The mouthfeel texture is just wrong: it feels sticky and gloopy and the ingredients explain why: they’ve used thickener!\n\nWorst of all, I was dismayed to discover that it has 22g carbohydrates (in 100g) of which 21g is SUGAR! Why oh why, ruin a natural product with processed sugar? I think its there to make up for its deficiencies described above...people unconsciously gravitate to sugar unless they read the label (which is almost illegible).\n\nI suspect this will be my first and last foray with *** unless the company drastically changes direction.\n\nOne positive note: their jars are recyclable.