Super happy with my narwhal (what my wife calls my Thermapen).
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I could see how the laughter would be counterproductive Hot sauce is much less stinky and I use it more than kimchi or sauerkraut anyway. But the peppers might be harder to come by where you are.The kimchi experiment seems to be going well. I'll try it this weekend. Unfortunately, my wife may never let me make it again.Sounds about right. On the other hand, my wife complains less about my less odoriferous experiments than she used to.
Ah, relativity. I hope that works for me. We tried the kimchi last night and I think it tastes fantastic. My wife didn't mind it, but she can't get over the smell. I don't think it's that bad. It doesn't help that I laugh when she says she going to hurl.
The kimchi experiment seems to be going well. I'll try it this weekend. Unfortunately, my wife may never let me make it again.Sounds about right. On the other hand, my wife complains less about my less odoriferous experiments than she used to.
I'm thinking of giving kimchi a try this weekend. Any tips?
Make sure that the salt and cabbage are well mixed. Don't be afraid to stick all kinds of veggies in there, carrots, radishes, of course hot peppers. Leave the lid on whatever you are fermenting in loose, the fermentation will produce gas. Homemade kim chi is pretty awesome. You are using Napa cabbage, yes?
Just cracked into a bottle of this. It's a nice English Pale Ale. Not super fruity, but the typical ESB ester profile is there. Malt is really bready. If I had to guess I'd say it's all MO with maybe some caramel color. Not really picking up any crystal malt character.
Hop bitterness is balanced. Aroma is typical grassy/floral/earthy UK hops and is again well balanced with the malt. This must be a pretty fresh bottle, because the hops taste really fresh.
I really like this beer. It's nothing groundbreaking, but it's a well-brewed, balanced English Ale. It's the kind of beer that has you looking forward to the next pint before the first one is done. I'd take Landlord or Fuller's ESB over this if I had to pick an everyday English Ale, but I will definitely be buying this again.