Re: Mailing Korean Food?

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I do know that some companies will mail kimchi. But I have not tried it, but this is what I would do.

First: no glass, use a plastic or an acrilic container with a very strong seal that will not leak. One of the hard plastic type kimchi containers from the korean market.

Second: find a source for dry ice.

Third: find which company will let you ship dry ice and what are the rules, paperwork ect.

Forth: pack it in some kind of insulated container likie a small hard ice chest. Tape it closed.

Fith: ship it overnight.

They should get it in good condition but it will be expensive.