Can you use well fermented Kkakduki in other Korean dishes?

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    xerigal
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    I have lots of Kkakduki that is well fermented. What else can I use it in besides as a side dish? Can you use it in other main dishes, soups, or stew like you do with baechu kimchee?

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    Maangchi
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    You can chop it up into small pieces and add to your stir-fried rice or add to your kimchi stew. Delicious! http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/kimchi-bokkeumbap

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    samyoowell
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    oh man. kkakkddoogi in kimchi jjigae is one of the best.

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    xerigal
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    Thank you all for the ideas! I’ll just add it to everything then :)

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