Definition of Kimchee
1. Noun. (alternative spelling of kimchi) ¹
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Definition of Kimchee
1. kimchi [n -S] - See also: kimchi
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Literary usage of Kimchee
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Further Incidents in the Life of a Mining Engineer by Edward Thomas MacCarthy (1920)
"Just imagine my horror when Yi Yong Ik (I think it was) announced that there were to be five different kinds of " kimchee " and that, being made especially ..."
2. Underwood of Korea: Being an Intimate Record of the Life and Work of the Rev by Lillias Horton Underwood (1918)
"Korean food for a gentleman would be rice, much rice with kimchee (a sort of sauerkraut made of cabbage, turnips, red peppers, a few onions with perhaps ..."
3. Lost Crops of Africa: Grains edited by F. R. Ruskin (1999)
"... kimchee, soy sauce, and pickled vegetables of all kinds. Except for making sourdough bread, it is so far not used widely to "sour" cereal products. ..."
4. Trukese-English Dictionary by Ward Hunt Goodenough, Hiroshi Sugita (1980)
"... wrap-around skin or kilt, woven from hibiscus and banana fibers. traditional wrap-around kilt, or skirt, waist-mat (woven of hibiscus fibers). kimchee: ..."
5. The Artichoke Trail: A Guide to Vegetarian Restaurants, Organic Food Stores by James Bernard Frost (2000)
"Order the emperor's meal, and you'll receive an endless stream of tiny bowls filled with kimchee, mountain roots and other Korean creations. ..."
6. Biotechnology and Food: Leader and Participant Guide by Tom Zinnen, Jane Voichick (1994)
"... and kimchee, vinegar and marinades Enzymes • Lactase tablets to remove lactose from milk (for people who are lactose intolerant) • Chymosin (rennet) for ..."
7. Larue's Maneuvers by James Isaiah Gabbe (2007)
"... snacking on rice chips, pineapple, litchi nuts and an eye-tearing concoction called kimchee, I looked anything but a tightly strung, CAN DO dai-uy. ..."
8. Power Play: A Play in One Act by Lindsay Price (2003)
"You eat ramen and kimchee for breakfast! I guess it loses something in the translation. You won't see the real me once I go over there (she gestures to the ..."