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Preserving A Mouthwatering Legacy: Kimchi

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Chef Young Lee offers Reporter Emily Friedman a taste of cabbage kimchi.
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Chef Young Lee offers Reporter Emily Friedman a taste of cabbage kimchi.

Kimchi is perhaps Korea's most famous and versatile food. This spicy dish -- most commonly made with cabbage -- is such an important part of the nation's culture that many Koreans, whether in Seoul or here in Washington -- reserve specific refrigerators just for kimchi. Emily Friedman meets with a local chef at D.C.'s Korean Cultural Center to learn the secret behind making this preserved delicacy.

[Music: "The Kimchi Song" by Travel the World with Eric and Grant from Travel the World with Eric and Grant / "Let's Hang On (In the Style of Four Seasons) [Karaoke Version Instrumental Only]" by ProSource Studio Musicians from Karaoke - Let's Hang On]

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