Young summer radish (yeolmu) are firm, crisp, and leafy. They make for a great refreshing, crispy water kimchi.
Posted Wednesday, February 27th, 2008 at 11:35 pm
Tagged: 열무, korean food, korean ingredients, korean vegetable, yeolmu, young summer radish
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Yes, of course you can.
My yulmu kimchi recipe is here,
Can I make kkatugi kimchi with yulmu? Because I can’t find korean radishes anywhere. =/
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