Hi all, I know next to nothing about Korean food being a stereotypical American.
Now that being said, I have started getting into the whole bodybuilding scene (I'm super low BF % now and happy with that) but am looking to find more interesting foods to eat so I don't get bored and start cheating on my diet. I heard somewhere that Kimchi is amazingly tasty and healthy. That being said, I can't seem to find nutrition facts about Kimchi anywhere, does anyone have available data on an average store bought Kimchi? Like how many calories / grams of protein / grams of carbs / grams of fat in a container etc. I am kind of a cooking novice so it would be best for me to buy it for now probably.
I may just go and try to find it myself at a local store and see for myself but thought I'd ask first.