Fizzeology Kickapoo Kimchi
Fizzeology of Viroqua, WI presents our local Kickapoo view of the traditionally Korean style raw cultured vegetable blend. Taste our local cabbage, carrots, onions, daikon and red beauty radishes & burdock blended with garlic, ginger, cayenne, paprika and sun dried sea salt. Expect bold, spicy flavors which melt in your mouth as a brat topper or on a salad. Go Fermental with Fizzeology Kickapoo Kimchi.
Cook boldly. Start locally.
Visit our Deli between June 1-27 to try Chef Leah Caplan’s Korean Kimchi Salad with noodles, roasted chicken, red pepper, garlic and fresh herbs
Here at Metcalfe’s, whether we’re bringing people or flavors together, we start with local ingredients like Fizzeology’s Kickapoo Kimchi.
Bold ways to enjoy kimchi at home from Chef Leah Caplan:
- Spice up a grass run all beef hot dog or Willow Creek Farm bratwurst with kimchi instead of kraut.
- Add to fish tacos or quesadillas
- Combine pasta (cooked and cooled) with kimchi, sesame oil, roasted cashews/peanuts and lots of sliced green onion.
- Add Kickapoo Kimchi to a bowl of your favorite salad greens with toasted pumpkin seeds, sliced cucumbers, shredded rotisserie chicken/American Tuna and a drizzle of Wisconsin sunflower oil.
- Add to a chicken or cucumber & brie sandwich on a baguette.
- Combine cooked potatoes (or sweet potatoes), Kickapoo Kimchi, mayonnaise and sliced green onions.
- Serve with grilled tofu/Korean beef shortribs/kebabs for a more traditional experience.
- Serve brown/jasmine rice and miso-glazed tofu/halibut with kimchi.
- Give your grilled cheese a kick. Lightly brush two slices of country white or wheat bread with olive oil and place brushed side down over low heat on a grill. Top each slice with mozzarella. When melted, add sliced tomato to one side and a layer of kimchi. Top with the other slice of bread and cheese.
- Kimchi Fried Rice (kimchi bokkeumbap): Stir fry cold leftover rice with fresh ginger, garlic, scallion, Wild Gulf Shrimp, diced Jordandal Farms or Fox Valley Berkshire ham, peas and kimchi.