Looking everywhere in the grocery store for kimchi? Here are the aisles you should be checking…
We’ll also tell you which stores are most likely to carry it. First, however, we’ll show you where you can buy it online in the following table.
|Product Name||Good For|
|Lucky Foods Seoul Kimchi||If You Want Made-to-Order|
|Half Gallon Spicy Napa Cabbage Kimchi||If You’re Looking for Something Made in the USA|
|Korean Canned Kimchi||If You Need Something with a Longer Shelf Life|
|Jongga Mat Kimchi||If You Need Kosher|
Which Grocery Store Aisle Is Kimchi In?
Kimchi is usually in the produce aisle. You’ll find it in the refrigerated section with other fermented and pickled products, as well as tofu and mock meats. Just make sure it’s vegan, as many traditional kimchi products have some form of seafood in them.
You might also find vegan kimchi in the natural food aisle. Again, look for it in the refrigerators.
The last stop can be the international aisle. If you’re not having any success, try one of the stores listed below…
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What Stores Sell Kimchi?
- Amazonvegan kimchi brands and find spicier or milder products to suit everyone’s taste. You can shop for
- Walmart Seoul and Nasoya. Take a look at the store locator for product availability information in each store.
- Whole Foods
- Your Local Health Food Store – Independent health food stores are great spots for kimchi and other delicious fermented products.
- Trader Joe’s
- Asian Markets
When it comes to storing this spicy pickled vegetable, you wouldn’t want your fridge to smell kimchi since it has a powerful odor. Make sure to check out these options for the best container for kimchi if you need more info.
Great Ways to Use Kimchi
Make Kimchi Dumplings
Are you looking for a fun party food idea? Whether you’re making these for an event or enjoying any day of the week, kimchi dumplings are easy to throw together and an excellent addition to your small dish recipe list.
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Add It to Stir-Fries
This video will show you how to make a kimchi stir-fry that you’ll probably start craving pretty regularly. You can add kimchi to all sorts of stir-fries as well as vegan fried rice.
Before adding tofu to your stir fry, remove the excess moisture first using a tofu press. If you’re new to pressing tofu, check out our list for the best tofu press so you can have a guide on which one to buy.
Use It in Soups
Vegan kimchi jjigae (like stew) should be on your list of soups to make if you love kimchi. This video will give you some inspiration, but there are many different styles of kimchi soups and stews to try. A nice thing about kimchi is that it’s pretty versatile, so you can switch up ingredients in your recipes and end up with equally delicious combinations.
Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!