mother-in-law's kimchi Reviews

It’s a good basic chili flakes,great for making your own kimchi and great in sauces.I love adding this to fried chicken with a bit of soy honey glaze.
It’s a good basic chili flakes,great for making your own kimchi and great in sauces.I love adding this to fried chicken with a bit of soy honey glaze.
il y a un jour
SUPER good, I love this kimchi but if you do get this make sure to open it in the sink because it is filled the brim and some juices will come out when you first open it.But over all this is my go to when I don’t feel like waiting 3 months for my kimchi to ferment.
SUPER good, I love this kimchi but if you do get this make sure to open it in the sink because it is filled the brim and some juices will come out when you first open it.But over all this is my go to when I don’t feel like waiting 3 months for my kimchi to ferment.
il y a un jour
Mother in Law's Kimchi House Napa Cabbage, 16 oz uploaded by Cassie W.
Mother in Law's Kimchi House Napa Cabbage, 16 oz uploaded by Cassie W.
Mother in Law's Kimchi House Napa Cabbage, 16 oz uploaded by Cassie W.
I lived in S. Korea for 5 years when I was in the military. Mother in Law Kimchi is so delicious and takes me back to those days. The flavor is perfect, and the price is fair. I literally add it to everything for lunch and dinner. So far it goes well in taco’s, soup, hot dogs, sandwiches, and as a spicy side. This item is a staple in my household and a regular on my grocery list.
I lived in S. Korea for 5 years when I was in the military. Mother in Law Kimchi is so delicious and takes me back to those days. The flavor is perfect, and the price is fair. I literally add it to everything for lunch and dinner. So far it goes well in taco’s, soup, hot dogs, sandwiches, and as a spicy side. This item is a staple in my household and a regular on my grocery list.
New Braunfels, TX - il y a 6 mois
Just as good as the standard, shrimpy kimchi from the Korean supermarket. I tried this brand since my sister is vegan, and was surprised that I didn’t even miss the baby shrimps. Plus it comes in a pretty glass jar that you can repurpose. I’m a fan!
Just as good as the standard, shrimpy kimchi from the Korean supermarket. I tried this brand since my sister is vegan, and was surprised that I didn’t even miss the baby shrimps. Plus it comes in a pretty glass jar that you can repurpose. I’m a fan!
Lemon Grove, CA - il y a 7 mois
I'm not Korean, but I absolutely love Korean food. With shelter-in-place orders in effect until further notice, I've seriously been struggling on how to get my Korean food fix.. Specifically kimchi! I'll usually go to H-Mart to get my Korean dishes, but for whatever reason they only sell organic kimchi in the smaller containers. I bought this at a nearby organic market at the recommendation of a friend, and oh my god this did NOT disappoint. This seriously is so flavorful, and everything I could ever want in a kimchi - it's spicy, garlicky, savory, sweet, sour. I finished a bottle in a week and a half, and am dying to go back to that same organic market to get more bottles! I will say it's definitely very pricey for a small bottle of a side dish, but it really is worth it.
I'm not Korean, but I absolutely love Korean food. With shelter-in-place orders in effect until further notice, I've seriously been struggling on how to get my Korean food fix.. Specifically kimchi! I'll usually go to H-Mart to get my Korean dishes, but for whatever reason they only sell organic kimchi in the smaller containers. I bought this at a nearby organic market at the recommendation of a friend, and oh my god this did NOT disappoint. This seriously is so flavorful, and everything I could ever want in a kimchi - it's spicy, garlicky, savory, sweet, sour. I finished a bottle in a week and a half, and am dying to go back to that same organic market to get more bottles! I will say it's definitely very pricey for a small bottle of a side dish, but it really is worth it.
Long Is City, NY - il y a un an
Mother in Law's Kimchi House Napa Cabbage, 16 oz uploaded by MANDY K.
Mother in Law's Kimchi House Napa Cabbage, 16 oz uploaded by MANDY K.
I'm going to preface this by saying that I am half Korean, and grew of there for half my childhood because I realize that I might be more critical of this product than others. I can't remember what grocery store I got this from, but I am genuinely happy to see some Koran food options at mainstream stores. This comes in a 16 oz jar. I like the aesthetic of the label, and the name is cute. When I opened this for the first time, I set it back down on the counter while I was grabbing some other stuff in the kitchen, only to realize that the kimchi had expanded and was literally spilling over the jar. I was annoyed, until I realized that I was an idiot. The label explains that it might do that very clearly, so that was my bad. Be careful if you do purchase this. The flavor it good, but not very complex. The longer it has time to ferment, the better the flavor for me, but the jar is so small would finish it before it got to that point. For the casual kimchi eater, I think this would be a great product to pick up, so I would still definitely recommend. For me, I still prefer going to an Asian market or making it myself when I'm not being lazy.
I'm going to preface this by saying that I am half Korean, and grew of there for half my childhood because I realize that I might be more critical of this product than others. I can't remember what grocery store I got this from, but I am genuinely happy to see some Koran food options at mainstream stores. This comes in a 16 oz jar. I like the aesthetic of the label, and the name is cute. When I opened this for the first time, I set it back down on the counter while I was grabbing some other stuff in the kitchen, only to realize that the kimchi had expanded and was literally spilling over the jar. I was annoyed, until I realized that I was an idiot. The label explains that it might do that very clearly, so that was my bad. Be careful if you do purchase this. The flavor it good, but not very complex. The longer it has time to ferment, the better the flavor for me, but the jar is so small would finish it before it got to that point. For the casual kimchi eater, I think this would be a great product to pick up, so I would still definitely recommend. For me, I still prefer going to an Asian market or making it myself when I'm not being lazy.
Chula Vista, CA - il y a un an
BEST KIMCHI AROUND. I found this brand at Whole Foods and im so glad i did. I have tried kimchi from so many different places and they all vary in taste, but this one is the best blend. Compared to other brands it is a little expensive, and the amount you get for the cost isnt what you would expect..but its so good that i look past it. 
BEST KIMCHI AROUND. I found this brand at Whole Foods and im so glad i did. I have tried kimchi from so many different places and they all vary in taste, but this one is the best blend. Compared to other brands it is a little expensive, and the amount you get for the cost isnt what you would expect..but its so good that i look past it. 
Farmersville, TX - il y a 2 ans
I don’t like many pickled vegetables, but I really like this kimchi. It’s great on rice dishes.
I don’t like many pickled vegetables, but I really like this kimchi. It’s great on rice dishes.
Huntsville, AL - il y a 2 ans