Pogi Kimchi (Whole Cabbage) - 10kg

CHF 69.00 Save 31%
CHF 100.00

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Experience the taste of Korea with Pogi Kimchi from JONGGA! This traditional fermented vegetable is the perfect accompaniment to any meal and adds a spicy, tangy note to your dishes. Ideal for BBQs, as a side dish or to add an authentic Korean touch to your recipes. Let yourself be enchanted by the explosion of flavor!


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Are you ready to send your taste buds on a journey into the world of Korean cuisine? Then Pogi Kimchi (JONGGA, KR) - 10kg is just the thing for you! This traditional Korean dish, produced by JONGGA, is a real treat for the palate and brings the essence of Korea directly into your kitchen.

Pogi Kimchi is a type of fermented vegetable consisting mainly of Chinese cabbage and a variety of spices. It is known for its unique, spicy flavor and health-promoting properties. Made in Korea, this product is an authentic piece of Korean culture and cuisine.

Whether as a side dish to your favorite dish, as an ingredient in your next stir-fry or simply as a snack in between meals - Pogi Kimchi is versatile and adds that certain something to any dish. With its 10kg pack, it is ideal for bulk consumers or for those who just can't get enough of this delicious product.

But why do you only stick to the traditional use? Pogi Kimchi can also be used as an ingredient in sandwiches, salads or even pizzas. Let your creativity run wild and discover new, exciting ways to enjoy this product.

So, what are you waiting for? Immerse yourself in the world of Korean cuisine and discover the unique taste of Pogi Kimchi. But be warned: once you've tried it, you'll never want to be without it again! So, get ready to fill your shopping cart and indulge your taste buds. Because as the old Korean saying goes: "A day without kimchi is like a day without sunshine."

South Korea
at max. +5°C
CHF 0.69

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on  24.03.2022
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