how the Korean dish “Kimchi” changed the course of Suzanne Engo’s life

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In her book “The Korean: Single and Obese, then Kimchi changed everything! “, published in November 2021, Suzanne Engo (Now Africa Yoon), explains how the Korean dish "Kimchi" changed the course of her life.

Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish made from chillies and vegetables that have been lacto-fermented, i.e. soaked in brine for several weeks until acidity develops. There are hundreds of varieties of kimchi made with different vegetables as the main ingredients.

Originally from Cameroon, She is currently the CEO of Blackyoonicorn, a mommy and me cultural company that sells language and cultural . . .

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