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  • (Finebros) Today you're reacting to this.

  • Aah! What is this?

  • What is that?

  • It doesn't smell so good.

  • It looks like cabbage.

  • Looks like-- let's see.

  • That looks a little bit like broccoli.

  • I don't want to touch it yet.

  • Looks like those are onions.

  • I've never seen this anywhere.

  • An animal's brain-- that's one of the ingredients.

  • That's what it looks like.

  • Ohhhh.

  • I forget what it's called, but I actually like this.

  • I know it's like pickled stuff.

  • I think I know what this is.

  • - (Finebros) What do you think it is? - Kimchi.

  • When I saw kimchi before, it was really red.

  • And this is really red.

  • It smells, like, spicy.

  • I think it would be easier to eat if I couldn't see it.

  • I've never had this, and I don't think I ever want to.

  • (Finebros) Hope you're hungry, ‘cause now you get to eat it.

  • Oh, a mini version. Thank god.

  • What should I try first?

  • (sighing) Oh my gosh. (sniffs)

  • No idea what this could be.

  • It's good.

  • A little bit spicy, but it's good.

  • Bleh.

  • This is not that good.

  • The moment of truth.

  • I don't really like it, but it's not bad enough to make me throw up.

  • Oh my gosh, I'm so scared.

  • Oh my gosh.

  • Just eat it. Just eat it.

  • (blows) Really spicy.

  • Really salty (chuckles) and peppery.

  • (crunching)

  • Give me water.

  • (spits) Oh god. Uh-uh.

  • It's like pickled water with sriracha in it.

  • Oh, not what I expected.

  • Kinda weirded me out at first when it was very stringy,

  • but it actually tasted really good.

  • I'm a vegetarian,

  • so I'm used to just eating vegetables all the time.

  • Reminds me of hot sauce a lot.

  • It looks really bad, but it's really good.

  • What is this? Could you tell me already?

  • - (Finebros) You just ate kimchi. - Oh, now I remember.

  • I don't know what kimchi is.

  • I don't know what that means.

  • All I know is the word "Kim" is a name.

  • What culture is that from?

  • Doesn't sound American like "hamburger."

  • Kimchi is a Korean food, but it's traditionally made

  • by fermenting or pickling vegetables-- in this case, cabbage--

  • which is stored in jars in the ground for months.

  • Huh. Wow.

  • Ew.

  • In a jar? And then they put it inside the ground?

  • Doesn't taste like it's been buried.

  • It reminds me of pickles.

  • It sounds like it would be gross if you say that,

  • but it's really good.

  • That's something that I can say to my friends.

  • "You know what I did this summer?

  • “I ate spicy, pickled cabbage. Woo."

  • I'm kinda glad that you told me the process after I tried it

  • because if you told me before, I probably would resist eating it.

  • (Finebros) So do you recommend people eat kimchi?

  • Yes.

  • I do recommend it, because it just tastes like vegetables

  • and there's nothing bad about it.

  • I don't really recommend it.

  • No. I'm sorry.

  • I would.

  • If you're a fan of spicy food, I would definitely try it.

  • I recommend people do eat kimchi,

  • because it's basically a pickle.

  • Yes.

  • It tastes like pickles,

  • except it's spicy, which makes everything better.

  • No.

  • It doesn't feel right going down your throat. It just doesn't.

  • Thanks for watching Kids vs. Food on the React channel.

  • What food should we try next? Leave it in the comments.

  • Don't just sit around fermenting. Subscribe!

  • Bye, everyone.

  • Goodbye!

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KIDS vs. FOOD #13 - KIMCHI

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    Connor-Y-Tsou posted on 2015/08/07
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