Kimchi

Why Do You Call Kimchi The World's Super Food?

Kimchi is one of the well-known fermented foods. It has good bacteria called lactobacilli that promote health. They stay in our bodies and support gut health, boost the immune system, and help digestion, to name a few of the benefits. Kimchi also has lots of fibre that feeds the lactobacilli and helps them grow inside our intestines. 

Health Benefits:

  • Low in calories

  • Lots of fibre

  • Loads of nutrients like vitamin K, B6 and C, Folate (B9), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3) and iron.

  • Full of probiotics promote intestinal health.

  • Strengthen immune system¬†

  • Lower cholesterol levels and risk of heart disease

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Help reduce body weight and fat

 

What Makes Our Kimchi Outstanding? 

- Satisfaction Guaranteed

We make our kimchi with good care every time. In every step of preparing to make kimchi, we pay attention to details. The process starts from choosing the perfect vegetables. Then it includes trimming & cutting vegetables, putting in organic salt brine, washing, mixing in all other ingredients, fermenting 1st and 2nd phase and so on. We know how to craft authentic kimchi and understand what it entails to perfect the flavours and health benefits.  

 

In A Nutshell, Raon Kitchen's Kimchi:

All Natural | Vegan | Wheat-Free | No Sugar | No MSG | No Preservative | Unpasteurized | Probiotics | Authentic | Keto-friendly | From Scratch 

and yummy! 

 

Ingredients - All Natural

We use no funny ingredients. Let's take an example of Napa Cabbage Kimchi here: Napa cabbage, Radish, Organic sea salt, Chive, Chili pepper, Garlic, Pear, Apple, Ginger, Onion, Sweet rice, Kelp.

Instead of adding any sugar, we use other natural ingredients, fruits. Also, we don't use MSG found in many ready-made food products. 

Ingredients vary depending on the type of kimchi. For details, refer to the relevant product pages.

 

Nutrition Facts

Example: Medium Spicy Napa Cabbage Kimchi 

Our kimchi is not high in sodium compared to other brands, which is why we put shorter Best Before dates.