0 0

No products in the cart.

Return To Shop
: English EN Indonesian ID Urdu UR

Dapur Ahjumma: White Radish Kimchi (Pack of 3)

£6.00

Want to be notified when this product is back in stock?

1 customer has joined the waitlist.

Dapur Ahjumma (translated means Ahjumma’s Kitchen)  presents a mouthwatering delectable Muslim prepared exotic dish for you to try from Malaysia! Although originally a Korean dish, our naturally fermented Muslim prepared white radish Malaysian Kimchi is made using the traditional natural fermentation methods. Malaysian Napa Cabbage Kimchi does not include any preservatives in it. Additionally, our Kimchi is made without vinegar, artificial colouring or taste additives.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Dapur Ahjumma: White Radish Kimchi (Pack of 3)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Dotazza Niaga
  • Vendor: Dotazza Niaga
  • No ratings found yet!

SOLD AS PACK OF 3

Dapur Ahjumma (translated means Ahjumma’s Kitchen)  presents a mouthwatering delectable Muslim prepared exotic dish for you to try from Malaysia! Although originally a Korean dish, our naturally fermented Muslim prepared white radish Malaysian Kimchi is made using the traditional natural fermentation methods. Malaysian Napa Cabbage Kimchi does not include any preservatives in it. Additionally, our Kimchi is made without vinegar, artificial colouring or taste additives.

Ingredients; White radish, Chilli powder, Apple, Pear, Garlic, Young ginger, Sugar, Pink Himalayan salt, Spring onions.

NO MSG; NO Vinegar; NO Additional Preservative.

****************  A Malaysian Muslim Product   *****************

History

The origin of kimchi dates back at least to the early period of the Three Kingdoms (37 BC‒7 AD).  The pickling of vegetables was an ideal method, prior to refrigerators, that helped to preserve the lifespan of foods. In Korea, kimchi was made during the winter by fermenting vegetables, and burying it in the ground in traditional brown ceramic pots called onggi. This labour further allowed a bonding among women within the family.

A poem on Kimchi

Pickled radish slices make a good summer side-dish,
Radish preserved in salt is a winter side-dish from start to end.
The roots in the earth grow plumper everyday,
Harvesting after the frost, a slice cut by a knife tastes like a pear.

— Yi Gyubo, Dongguk isanggukjip

Health Benefits

Here are 9 benefits of Kimchi you can pass on to your friends:

1. Contains healthy bacteria and probiotics for the overall wellness of your body

Because kimchi is fermented, like yogurt, it contains “healthy bacteria” called lactobacilli that aids in the digestion process of your body. Another amazing by-product of its fermentation process are the probiotics can also fight off various infections in your body.

2. Lowers cholesterol levels

The garlic found in kimchi contains allicin and selenium – both of which are helpful in decreasing the cholesterol reserves of the body. In addition, these substances also indirectly help you prevent chances of developing stroke or other cardiovascular diseases of any kind, due to its prevention of plaque build-up in the walls of your arteries.

3. Facilitates healthy body development and clear vision<

A 100-gram serving of kimchi has 18% of the daily value of vitamin A, if we consider the 2,000-calorie per day diet. Aside from vitamin A being an antioxidant which can help get rid of free radicals in your body that cause cancer, the benefits of Kimchi are not limited to this only. This same vitamin A is significant in developing a healthy body, including in embryos; it’s also helpful in the maintenance of clear and healthy eyesight.

4. Produces radiant skin and shiny hair

Kimchi doesn’t just make your inner beauty shine through – it makes your outer appearance appear excellent as well. Because the selenium found in garlic in kimchi keeps your skin and hair healthy, eating kimchi helps you prevent wrinkles in the long run. Also, selenium is a relevant part of glutathione, a booster that reconstitutes vitamin C and preserves it, thereby making it stronger and more effective in the body.

5. May help prevent stomach cancer

Professor Miri Kim of the Food Nutrition Department in Chungnam National University discovered Chinese cabbage and radish found in kimchi contain bio-chemicals such as isocyanate and sulfide helpful in detoxifying heavy metals found in your liver, small intestine and kidney. These bio-chemicals, particularly isocyanate, are studied to be able to prevent stomach cancer as well.

6. May help slow down the aging process

Ever wondered why Koreans look young for their age? This is just one of the many benefits of kimchi you can consider: kimchi, after two weeks of being fermented, is rich in anti-oxidants which decrease the rate of aging of the skin. It also inhibits cell oxidation, making you look carefree and relaxed, even though you’re under a lot of stress.

7. Helps you lose weight

150 grams of kimchi contains only 40 calories. But it’s not limited to this – kimchi helps carbohydrate metabolism to aid you in losing weight. Additionally, the capsaicin found in chili peppers in this Korean dish boosts your metabolism and makes you use the excess energy in your body, thereby increasing weight loss.

8. Helps prevent the occurrence of peptic ulcer

Peptic ulcer is commonly caused by Helicobacter pylori, a Gram-negative bacteria found in the stomach. How can we stop its growth? By eating kimchi. Kimchi contains leuconostoc mensenteroides which produce dextrin, a substance important to stop the growth of H. pylori in your body!

9. Boosts your immunity

Professor Rina Yu of the Food and Nutrition Department in the University of Ulsan found out kimchi causes the immune cells to be more active and the antibodies to be more abundant. Eating a high cholesterol diet can give 55% immune cell activity, a normal diet can give 68% but a high cholesterol diet plus kimchi can give 75%.