Company opens up with the goal of raising awareness about the benefits of kimchi and making it easy for individuals and families to make their own kimchi at home
KANSAS CITY, Missouri – July 4, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Health Magazine rated kimchi the Second Healthiest Food in the World. Composed of raw vegetables that have been fermented, the dish can improve digestion and has more naturally occurring probiotics than Greek yogurt. The problem is that most people don’t know how to make it. Originally the recipe was passed down from one generation to the next. But today, few have a real understanding of the many benefits of kimchi.
The launch of Nomad Kimchi is looking to change all of that. “The goal of Nomad Kimchi is to teach people how to make traditional authentic kimchi at home. We believe that learning skills and building traditions are invaluable to personal and relational health. Kimchi is also a healthy and probiotic food,” said company representative Richard Clifton. But most people lead busy lives and it’s easy to see how the tradition of kimchi is starting to fade away. Nomad Kimchi wants to make it more accessible for the average person with kits that simplify the process.
Even those that love the dish may not know how to make kimchi. “Wherever you are in mind, body, or spirit, we will meet you at your level and teach you the skills needed to start your own tradition, make delicious kimchi, reap the health benefits, and gain skills for life,” said Clifton. Nomad Kimchi’s kits come with pre-measured dry ingredients, taking some of the guesswork out of a delicious recipe. They also include a produce shopping guide, allowing consumers to head to the grocery store and feel confident with their choice of ingredients. Members are able to access videos that can offer even more assistance when the time comes to make kimchi.
Ready to try out a kimchi kit? Each one will yield about 1/2 gallon of product. This is a great learning opportunity that combines delicious food with healthy choices. Kimchi offers so many different nutritional benefits for the body. If you are just starting out on your journey, or you’re ready to take your fermentation skills to the next level, we will meet you where you are and teach you all you need to know. And, as always please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions.
About Nomad Kimchi:
Nomad Kimchi’s Co-Owner Abbi Cheek is sharing her family recipes and secrets passed down from her Korean grandmother. It started with Oh Kimchi, a small batch, locally made and sourced kimchi manufacturing company. The product was first introduced in Austin, Texas farmers markets but quickly expanded to Whole Foods, Amazon and other retailers in the south. Today, she’s taken all of the things that made Oh Kimchi popular and transformed them into a simple and cost-effective method for making kimchi at home. The company seeks to preserve this artisanal foodway for decades to come while emphasizing the many health benefits associated with vegetables that go through the lactofermentation process.
Name: Richard Clifton
Organization: Nomad Kimchi
Address: 208 W 19th St
For more information, please visit http://nomadkimchi.com
Release ID: 371725
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