Traditional kimchi recipe (Tongbaechu-kimchi: 통배추김치)

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This is the classic, spicy, traditional napa cabbage kimchi called tongbaechu-kimchi, aka baechu-kimchi, or pogi-kimchi. But this dish is so common that most Koreans simply call it "kimchi." When people talk about kimchi, this is the dish they're referring to!

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These are the best hot pepper flakes I ever tried:
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