We love how Granny Choe fans perk up at the mention of kimchi. We had a couple of people bring this NPR story to our attention. Apparently there is a cabbage/kimchi shortage in South Korea. And if NPR is talking about it, it must be serious business.
From NPR: “It’s kimchi season in South Korea, but a shortage of napa cabbage — the key ingredient in the spicy, fermented dish — has created a mini crisis in a country where kimchi is served at almost every meal…”
Perhaps it’s time for Granny Choe to start exporting our goods, eh?
Read the full story on NPR.org
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