Mother-in-Law's Kimchi

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WINTER CHILI: NYC-based Lauryn Chun kept stowing jars for her friends into her luggage of the addictive kimchi made at Jang Mo Gip, her mom’s Garden Grove, California restaurant – and thus, a foodie niche, and Mother-in-Law’s Kimchi, was born. (On Friday, January 29, tune in to hear Chun talk about all things fermented and cabbagey on WNYC’s Last Chance Foods at 5:45PM.) GET IT: $20 for two 16-oz. jars at

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