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  1. Leashieloo
    Leashieloo at |

    The kimchi omelet looks good! It reminds me of those kimchi dumplings, yummmm.

  2. Juanita
    Juanita at |

    Hi Jos! I just finished reading the FB post you linked in there! This guy put into words what I had been thinking about this whole saga! Soooo, so true….Also been lurking elsewhere for workouts, to complement my favorites in the BR archives and weekly ZWOWs. I’m liking this so far and might try one of her workouts! Thanks for the links and I hope you are doing better!
    Not sure about cooking some tongue though (don’t think I’ll ever get over the EEEEEKK feeling when I think about doing that), but you sure make it look super tasty!

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      Hi Kath! Long time haven’t “talked” πŸ˜€ I saw your Venice post..oh so beautiful!!

      You could definitely make your own kimchee..there are a lot of recipes out there and the ingredients are pretty simple. I tried before but didn’t succeed prolly cuz that time I was still no clue regarding fermentation. Now I have better understanding, might work…but too lazy to do it πŸ˜›
      Sorry I know the beef tongue look gross but seriously it tastes amazing, especially after cooked in pressure cooker for an more chewy/tough taste. πŸ˜€

  3. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    I’ve never tried kimchi, but it’s on my list! I just couldn’t fine some without icky additives, so I should probably try to make it myself? The omelette looks so, so good, something I could have right now! πŸ˜€

    I must admit I find the beed tongue a little gross, particularly since you had to peel it … (?!)

  4. Patricia Acosta-Ramirez
    Patricia Acosta-Ramirez at |

    I love fixing oxtail and beef tongue too! but I don’t do it very ofter because I can’t find them from grass fed animal very easy around here and ordering online can be a little bit spendy. I am a full time student and do not have a job now, so I am working on convincing my fiance to buy grass fed meats and bones so we can enjoy them more often!

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      It does get a little pricey ordering online. worst comes to worst, just get the regular beef and skim off all the fat. Tell your fiance that your next b’day wish list is getting grass-fed beef πŸ˜€

  5. The Delicate Place
    The Delicate Place at |

    i would totally eat offal if it was prepared but i’m a bit apprehensive to cook it myself still πŸ™‚ i love and have done the kimchii omelet before. it’s one of my faves! last week for lunches i had spicy mustard, tamari, scallions with pan seared chicken and natto! i really enjoyed it but i admit i needed to watch how to ‘whip it’ before i added it to the pan haha

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