- Kimchi is a Korean dish of fermented vegetables, and served with most meals
- Hannah Chung is the owner of Simply Seoul, which sells kimchi on a commercial scale
- She started selling kimchi because she couldn't find it like grandma used to make
Atlanta (CNN)For Hannah Chung, at least one element of her parents' culture was something of an acquired taste.
-- Many kimchi enthusiasts opt to keep a second refrigerator in the garage for kimchi storage, so the funky smells are kept away from the other food and living areas.
-- Kimchi sold in stores may be as fresh as a week-and-a-half old, but the flavors will continue to develop in the jar. Chung says the flavors of kimchi deepen even more after six months or so.
-- Kimchi most often accompanies Korean food, but also goes well with burgers, tacos, hot dogs or even on eggs for breakfast.