This is my third time making kimchi. First two attempts were highly successful.
This time, half of the surface kimchi has turned brown (see picture).
Beneath the surface, it's still nice and red, like kimchi is supposed to look.
1.) What is this brown-ness?
2.) What caused it?
3.) Should I eat it or throw it away?
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