So you thought that Korean kimchi, made from ingredients like Napa cabbage and radishes, was vegan? Not necessarily, as there’s most likely some fish sauce lurking in the mix. Nasoya, a company that specializes in tofu and other vegetarian Asian products, has introduced fishless vegan kimchi in four styles: regular spicy Napa cabbage, mild Napa cabbage, mild white Napa cabbage and a ruddy mild radish variety.

Nasoya kimchi, $5.99 for 14 and 14.5 ounces, at major grocery chains.

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