Aid in digestion and absorption of nutrients
Create a physical barrier against bad bacteria, viruses and parasites
Neutralize toxins that we ingest in our foods and drink
Support the immune system
Produce vitamins, enzymes and neurotransmitters
Help reduce inflammation
Aid in getting a good night’s sleep
Balance hormonal system and reduce stress
Whether you’re embarking on a healing journey or are looking for something special, kimchi is great as a side dish, a topping on your favorite burger or sandwich, a snack or for adding nutrition to your healthy balanced lifestyle.
Chef Charleston has honed over two decades of culinary expertise and artistry to bring inspired dishes of fresh, local, real foods to What’s Fresh
Eatery at What’s Good. Fusing the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine medicated diet, and food cures with the discoveries of contemporary modern-day nutrition, Chef Charleston harnesses the medicinal, healing power of food to bring more health & vitality to what we eat. With an emphasis on wholesome, minimally processed foods that support sustainable agriculture, he expertly bridges the gap from farm-to-table.
Chef Charleston sources local, natural and when possible organic vegetables and herbs for his delicious kimchi, a fermented cabbage salad that originates from Korea. Fermented foods are an important part of our daily nutrition because of the beneficial, good bacteria they naturally contain. Gut micro-flora (another name for the bacteria that live in our digestive tracts).Play a vital role in our health and serve many vital functions.
Ingredients: nappa cabbage, daikon radish, green onion, garlic, ginger, Korean chili powder, vegan fish sauce substitute (kelp, tamari, miso), brown rice flour.