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Best Kimchi in Toronto?


There's plenty of kimchi in this city. I've bought it in bulk, imported, vacuum sealed and today - but not for the first time - in a jar from Sanko, the Japanese food store at 730 Queen West. Yes, I know kimchi is Korean.

I'd like to stake a claim that this ordinary looking, $4.95 kimchi is the best in the city. It's crisp, not too spicy and just a little bit sweet. And, it's made right here in the Toronto area, by Kimchi Canada Farm in Newmarket.


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