Monday, October 13, 2008

World’s Healthiest Foods - Korean Kimchi

안녕하세요 Ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo!

Kimchi Shan caters for all KOREAN KIMCHI lovers and it is 100% home made.

Kimchi is a fermented salted, pickled, spicy flavor vegetable dish - made by mixture of garlic, salt, chili and other spices. It is a staple of Korean life and usually served as a side dish in Korean meal either eaten as alone or use it in so many different Korean recipes such as mixed with rice, steak, spaggeti or any kinds of noodles (Tips: especially taste good with Korean noodles). It is known for it's high fiber, low-fat diet that has kept obesity at bay in country of Korea.

Besides that it serves as a nutritious dish as it is loaded with minerals, Vitamins A, B and C . Also with it's biggest benefit may be in its healthy bacteria called lactobacilli, which are normally be found in fermented foods such as kimchi and yogurt. Normally this hot and spicy taste of Kimchi would stimulates one's appetite. It is eaten as it is. No heating up is required. It can be preserved for a long time in refrigerator.

IMPORTANT NOTE : No Preservative added as it is 100% fermented ! Home made Kimchi is the BEST !






We sell the common classic Authentic
Baechu Kimchi (Whole Cabbage Kimchi),










Baek Kimchi (White Kimchi),









and Kkakdugi (Radish)













These foods will be ideal for those are:-

1. Away from home (Korea) and loves kimchi
2. Too busy with working and/or studying
3. Hassle free.

Packaging per square container
















The Delivery Process:


Cabbage Selling Price: RM10.50* (aprox US$3.21)~aprox 450-500 gram
Kkakdugi (Radish) Selling Price: RM10.80*~aprox 450-500 gram

(Normal Selling Price : RM18.50 ~ RM20.00 / US$5.80 ~ US$6.25 per 500 gram)
Minimum purchase require for every delivery (within or outskirt of Petaling Jaya) - 2 kilos

PICKUP POINT at 1-Utama shopping Centre. Please call for appointment.

All orders must be made at least 5 working days in advance. Advisable to place order on Thursday morning.

Note :

Kimchi-Shan reserves the right to decline any orders, should the availability of essential ingredients run out or any unforeseen circumstances occur.

Payment Terms:

By cash upon delivery of korean kimchi - COD. Appreciate with exact change if possible.

PRICE *
Kimchi prices may varies/change without notice.


How To Place An Order ?

Please contact : Kimchi Shan

Dail or SMS Handphone # : 012-660 5351 - Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
or email :- changkimchishan@yahoo.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Please prepare with the following information when making phone orders or email:

1. Your name, contact number, email.
2. Quantity required.
3. Cut or uncut (for cabbage).
4. Date and time of delivery.
5. Baek Kimchi (White Kimchi) or Spicy.


Tips :-

All our kimchi are using natural ingredients without any preservatives, with some simple tips here will help you care for the kimchi for long lasting flavour as well as retain their quality for your long enjoyment.

If not consuming immediately, store your kimchi in the fridge (not in the freezer).

For that extra lip-smacking sourness, store your kimchi longer in the fridge. The longer your kimchi is stored the more sour it gets due to the ongoing fermentation process.

To avoid contaminating your kimchi, use clean cutlery.



Comments from customers :-


We'd like to thank Mr Henry who have kindly published our product - kimchi.

Thank you both for your time taken and interest in our kimchi.

Please click here for the comment :- http://starbucaneer.blogspot.com/search/label/Korean
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Further comments from other customers please click on comments at the bottom of this page or as stated below :-

Star Bucaneer said...
Tried it, absolutely LOVE it! I wrote a review for your product. Visit www.starbucaneer.blogspot.comFrom Henry. =)
February 25, 2009 8:40 AM
Korean Kimchi said...
Ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo Henry, I am glad that you love the kimchi. Thank you.
February 25, 2009 6:17 PM


YangSern Lim said...
I have bought 4packs of Kimchi from Kimchi-Shan and it really surprised me~ The Kimchi has a very nice and authentic taste, it recalls me of the taste where i used to eat at those Korean Restaurant at Ampang where my korean friend brought me there.
April 26, 2009 7:34 PM
Korean Kimchi said...
Ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo Mr. Lim, Kam-sa-ham-ni-da for your kind comment and support. Your 11 packs are on the way, see you this weekend... Thank you again.
April 26, 2009 11:13 PM


Tj Ismail said...
I love the taste ! it is fresh, crunchy and the sauce was awesome ! I have eaten at few restaurant but theirs were not fresh. I am glad I found this home made kimchi. No regrets
October 15, 2009 6:33 PM
Korean Kimchi said...
Ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo Ms. TJ, Yes indeed; this is a home made kimchi. Thank you for your kind comment.
October 21, 2009 6:20 PM

Juliet Chin said... juliet.my@gmail.com
From: Juliet Chin
To: Kimchi Shan Chang
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2011 7:42 PM


I recently returned from a trip to Korea. During the trip, I was served many varieties of kimchi and most were either too salty or sour and some does not taste good.

Upon returning to Kuala Lumpur, a friend recommended that I order my kimchi from Kimchi Shan and I must say that she makes the best kimchi. The kimchi that I ordered from her were freshly made, crunchy and I love the taste.
I highly recommend to those who loves kimchi to place an order with Kimchi Shan as the kimchi she made is far better than the ones I had in Korea. I shall be back with more orders.



Information On Korean Kimchi

The Lost Nomad reports that South Korea's LG Electronics has begun selling air-conditioners equipped with enzyme to fight the bird flu. The enzyme is extracted from kimchi, Korea's staple pickled vegetable, which is reportedly capable of eliminating the H5N1 virus.
http://globalvoicesonline.org/2006/02/16/6765/

http://www.expertclick.com/NewsReleaseWire/default.cfm?Action=ReleaseDetail&ID=10756

Refer to related weblink :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimchi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ggakdugi
http://www.kimchitime.com/kimchi_story.htm