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koshergourmetmart Aug 24, 2012 11:41 AM

do they exist kosher certified? not interested in making it myself. Bonus points if they are organic

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    avitrek Aug 24, 2012 12:09 PM

    Adamah has kosher kimchi.

    http://isabellafreedman.org/adamah/pr...

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      CloggieGirl Aug 25, 2012 08:58 PM

      I've never heard of the kelp noodles. Do they have an additional name?

      The only heckshered kimchee I've found is the Adamah kimchee that Avitrek mentioned. It's tasty. However, making kimchee is about 5 minutes of work and a few days of letting it sit around and getting good and ripe.

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        uropsych Nov 9, 2012 08:01 AM

        any good kosher recipie?

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          helou Nov 11, 2012 04:37 AM

          I'm also interested in making kimchee. Anyone?

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        Moishefrompardes Aug 26, 2012 10:04 PM

        adama, full disclosure, adam their pickle macher is a clse friend.also we keep home made for staff meal at pardes but that only helps if you work here.

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          hindyg Sep 3, 2012 05:56 AM

          I've seen organic vegan kimchi, maybe it's worth it to approach them to get kosher certified?

          I usually just make my own kimchi.

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            apathetichell Oct 17, 2012 03:32 PM

            Do Kelp Noodles need a hechsher?

            I assume you're talking about Raw Kelp Noodles like you'd find at a natural foods market. Tweet to CRC and ask them. I think the ingredients are pretty much raw kelp, and if Rice Noodles are o.k. without a hechsher, I'd be surprised if Kelp Noodles required one.

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