Mother In Law’s Kimchi and Sauces Add Zest to Food
Anyone who loves a taste of the East in their diet will savor Mother In Law’s flavorful kimchi. Kimchi is a favorite food in Korea, and Mother In Law’s kimchi is a great way to add new and natural dimension to a variety of dishes. Besides bringing some much-needed zing to the taste buds, these tangy sauces contain a dose of health-building probiotics, too. Their fermented preparation makes them nutritionally rich, while the friendly microorganisms they contain help to improve digestive wellness.
Lauryn Chun Brought the Flavor of Korea to New York
Lauryn had long loved the gluten-free kimchi that her mother’s family made in their Garden Grove restaurant in California. After every visit, Lauryn would be sure to bring a supply of vegan kimchi back to New York with her. However, it wasn’t long before Lauryn decided to found her company based on her family’s kimchi recipe, and it has proven to be a hit. As an accompaniment to vegetable or meat dishes, Mother In Law’s kimchi and sauces bring a Korean breeze to the table.
Handcrafted Kimchi from Mother In Law’s
Pride in their product means that Mother In Law’s kimchi and sauces are prepared in small, carefully watched batches. Using only natural, healthy ingredients like napa cabbage, ginger, garlic, and chili peppers, this kimchi is carefully fermented to assure balanced flavors. Once the sauce is ready, it is carefully packed in glass jars to preserve its delicious flavor all the way to your natural kitchen. When looking for a way to add a delicious and unique touch to the diet, Mother In Law’s kimchi and sauces may provide the perfect answer.