I’d Stuff My Turkey With It If I Could!

Dead serious. That would make one tasty azz turkey yes?

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  • 11/19/12 14:55 Tiffany Martin:

    I would too, delicious kimchi!!!

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    • 11/19/12 15:05 the Muse:

      mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! ;D

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  • 11/19/12 14:59 katie:

    Well if you subbed a tofurky for the turkey I would be there!

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    • 11/19/12 15:05 the Muse:

      lol kate can do ;-D

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  • 11/19/12 16:02 lauren:

    Can we just have shrimp instead of turkey?

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    • 11/20/12 12:41 the Muse:

      lol good idea as I don’t really like turkey anyway!

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  • 11/19/12 16:24 Angela Hall:

    I can honestly say I hadn’t considered that…lol. It would probably taste okay… but it sure wouldn’t smell very good.

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    • 11/20/12 9:38 the Muse:

      LOL exactly my thoughts, kimchi is de-lish but when cold it stinks!

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  • 11/19/12 17:10 Tohnia:

    KIMCHI! My #1 addiction. :P I love the Chongga brand. I buy the big 1.2kg tubs and it lasts me about a month or less. So damn good! I’ve heard of caramelized kimchi burgers being available at a food truck by me, and now all I can think of is shut up and take my money/GET IN MA BELLY!

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    • 11/20/12 12:41 the Muse:

      caramelized kimchi burgers? wa? where? I think I died a little bit.

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    • 11/20/12 13:05 Tiffany Martin:

      OH man caramelized kimchi burgers sound so delicious. If that was near me I’d be so poor because I’d want to eat nothing else.

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  • 11/19/12 18:44 Bora:

    That stuff’s like air to Koreans: it’s never out of reach!! Whatever is wrong with me my mother still pushes kimchi on me like it’s the cure-all magic potion. Toothache? Eat kimchi. Headache? Try some kimchi? Boyfriend left you? It’s because I didn’t give him enough kimchi. I’m fully expecting Lush to come out with a kimchi face mast one of these days and then my mother will be very happy.

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    • 11/20/12 9:35 the Muse:

      LOL bora…….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah many of my Korean friends have the same type of mother/grandmother who think kimchi is the cure all haha!

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  • 11/19/12 19:49 Icequeen81:

    No idea what Kimchi means

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  • 11/19/12 22:22 DJ:

    It’s a Korean word for pickled cabbage. It’s a distinctive Korean delicacy that holds a long tradition. It’s suppose to have an array of health benefits, because its fermented. I love watching K-Dramas, and I still haven’t had any Kimchi. I wish I could find some where I live. I am too afraid to try to make it on my own.

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  • 11/20/12 1:57 Miss_Silk:

    Hmmmmm soo many Kimchi dishes just popped in my head….omg…..:salivates: hmm I’ve never seen that brand O_O

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    • 11/20/12 9:28 the Muse:

      lol don’t make me hungry! ;-D

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  • 11/20/12 6:31 Kathleen:

    I like Kimchi–but no one else does! :( I never get through it all. What do you like to eat it with?

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    • 11/20/12 9:23 the Muse:

      with fried rice, with pork, in ramen ;-D I prefer it cooked/warm as it gives off a rather bad odor cold! It’s nice with Korean BBQ as well, pork and rice and a little kimchi on top!

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  • 11/20/12 15:12 Majick:

    LOVE kimchi! Never thought to eat it warm – will have to try that. I find it amusing when you open a container around a bunch of people – they all think someone … well… “dropped something”. ROFLMAO

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    • 11/20/12 15:22 the Muse:

      lol it smells really bad cold!

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