Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish. It's quite spicy and made of fermented veggies like cabbage, radishes, onions or cucumbers. It's served with just about every Korean meal. Kimchi's taste is hot and pickled, and it also gives off a pungent odor. But it's a good idea to acquire a taste for this traditional dish because it's low in calories, has virtually no fat and is jam-packed with vitamins, carotene and fiber. It also aids in digestion. Some people say it even helps prevent cancer.