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    Traditional Napa Cabbage Kimchi

    This is the mother of all kimchi. When Koreans say "kimchi," this is the kind that comes to everyone's minds. Good either fresh or fermented, it goes with everything from meats to noodles.

  2. Quick Kimchi / Roland Bello

    Quick Kimchi

    Usually fermented over several days, kimchi has a distinctive tang. This quick version, which takes advantage of the funky depth of Asian fish sauce, offers relatively instant gratification.

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    White Kimchi

    Asian pear and ginger add sweetness and spice to this chile flake–free version of the condiment.

  4. Cucumber Kimchi (Oi Gimchi) / Julie Toy

    Cucumber Kimchi (Oi Gimchi)

    The coolness of the cucumbers in this kimchi is balanced with the spiciness of the chile powder. Even in the fermentation process, the cucumbers stay nice and crisp.

  5. Caramelized Kimchi Relish / Malú Alvarez. Food styling: Michelle Gatton. Prop styling: Brian Heiser

    Caramelized Kimchi Relish

    Watch out, sweet-and-sour pickles—this relish, perfect for hot dogs and sandwiches of all kinds, combines raw fermented kimchi with an equal amount of caramelized kimchi.

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  7. 56389571 cabbage-kimchi / Photo by Rinne Allen

    Classic Cabbage Kimchi

    This recipe comes from celebrity chef Hugh Acheson, who includes smoked paprika for a dose of earthy depth.

  8. Brussels Sprout Kimchi / Christopher Testani

    Brussels Sprout Kimchi

    The most diminutive member of the cabbage family takes center stage in this version of the condiment. Serve it with pork chops for a spicy side dish that also acts as a sauce.

  9. Kimchi-Style Sautéed Cabbage

    Kimchi-Style Sautéed Cabbage

    This quick-sautéed side dish only takes inspiration from kimchi, in the form of a spicy sauce added in the final seconds of cooking.

  10. Vegetable Kimchi / Photo by Ted Cavanaugh

    Vegetable Kimchi

    Turn any vegetable into an addictive spicy pickle with this simple, quick technique.

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