Read page 2 of the Costco Kimchee discussion from the Chowhound Markets, Costco food community. If you have an Instant Pot, here’s a no-fail way to have it ready in 35 minutes! So if you’re used to having free kimchi with every meal, and Costco doesn’t offer any…I guess you make your own. Tried the Costco Beef Bulgogi for the first time, and really liked it. Normally Kimchi is prepared with seafood ingredients / sauces which lend it a more robust flavor, but the variant at Costco lacks this. Join the discussion today. Pour the Bulgogi in the Instant Pot, sprinkle on crushed red pepper, set for Pressure Cook for 20 minutes, lock the lid, and cancel the Keep Warm. Kimchi is not just a food, it’s an important part of Korea’s culture (so important that there is a Kimchi Museum in Seoul—yes I went!).