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52 Easy Fermented Food Recipes (No Whey Required!)

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10 Uses for Fermented Foods (plus an easy recipe) - Oh Lardy!

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1. Fermented Carrot Pickles from Healthy Aperture.
2. Fermented Citrus Ginger Carrots from Delicious Obsessions.
3. Easy Probiotic Fermented Carrots from Back to the Book Nutrition.
4. Spicy Lacto-Fermented Carrots from With Food + Love.
5. Ginger and Turmeric Fermented Carrot Sticks from The Wild Gut.
6. Fermented Garlic Honey from Yogi Mami.
7. Lact0-Fermented Radishes with Garlic and Dill from Fearless Eating.
8. Spicy Fermented Sugar Snap Peas from Attainable Sustainable.
9. Fermented Asparagus with Garlic from Grow Forage Cook Ferment.
10. Ginger Beet Kvass from Mommypotamus.

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Recipes – The Fermented Shop

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Gluten free sourdough rolls . Gluten free apple cake! 3 large apples peeled and cut into small pieces 1 cup gf flour 1/4 cup almond flour 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda

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Browse Recipes Fermentation Recipes

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Cracked Pepper Leek Sauerkraut. Dosa. Fennel Apple Golden Beet Chutney. Fermented Brussel Sprouts. Fermented Curtido. Fermented Horseradish. Fermented Jalapeno Pepper Sauce. Fermented Jalapenos. Fermented Purple Curtido.

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Simple Fermented Kimchi Recipe SideChef

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SHOW ALL IMAGES. Step 1. Make the brine by dissolving natural Sea Salt (3 Tbsp) in the filtered Water (4 cups) . Step 2. Wash, dry the Napa Cabbage (5 …

Rating: 4/5(1)
Total Time: 45 mins
Cuisine: Korean
Calories: 53 per serving
1. Make the brine by dissolving natural Sea Salt (3 tablespoon) in the filtered Water (1 liter).
2. Wash, dry the Napa Cabbage (1 pound), then slice into 1 inch pieces.
3. Place the cabbage in a large mixing bowl and pour over the brine using a ceramic plate. Weigh the cabbage down under the brine for 30 minutes.
4. In the meantime, wash your jar in hot water and vinegar and allow it to air dry on a clean tea towel.

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Fermented Vegetable Recipes Nourished Kitchen

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Fermented Vegetable Recipes. Deeply flavorful and wonderfully sour, fermented vegetables are deceptively easy to make at home. For most, you only need vegetables, salt, and plenty of time. They include sauerkraut, pickles, kimchi, and other traditional …

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20 Super Tasty Fermented Treats That Are Good For Your …

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The word sauerkraut literally translates into ‘sour cabbage’, which is a pretty good description of this fermented food. Sauerkraut is commonly used as a side dishes and it is a traditional component of the cuisine in many cultures. In America, …

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Fermented Hot Peppers Yang's Nourishing Kitchen

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Fermented hot peppers are simple to make. This is a great recipe to naturally preserve fresh hot peppers harvested in the fall. Use fermented hot peppers as a side dish or cooking ingredient year-round as you would with fresh hot peppers. Fermented vegetables not only are ideal for long term storage, they are flavourful and a great source of probiotics.

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280 FERMENTED food and drink ideas in 2021 fermented

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Apr 26, 2021 - A round up of great fermented food and drink recipes for gut health! Optimize your wellness with a daily dose of fermented food and drink such as kombucha, sauerkraut, pickled onions and more!. See more ideas about fermented foods, recipes, food.

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Fermented Foods 101. What to Eat for Gut Health & Immunity

4 hours ago Eastewart.com Show details

Kimchi is a Korean side dish made from fermented cabbage, cucumbers, or radishes. Its flavorings include chili pepper flakes and garlic, along with other probiotic strains such as Lactobacillus kimchii. Sauerkraut. Sauerkraut is a fermented cabbage that has been finely chopped and added to water with sea salt.

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15 Fermented Foods for Healthy Gut and Overall Health Dr

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It’s a traditional Japanese ingredient in recipes including miso soup. It’s been a staple in Chinese and Japanese diets for approximately 2,500 years. 6. Tempeh. Another beneficial fermented food made with soybeans is tempeh, a product that is …

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12 Korean Recipes Using Saeujeot (Salted Fermented Shrimps

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Hobak Bokkeum Namul with Saewoojeot (Stir-fried Zucchini) Chopping Saewujeot (fermented shrimps) This is a simple and healthy side dish made by stir-frying zucchini but by seasoning it with some Saeujeot first to draw out some liquid to …

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Fermented Foods Michigan Medicine

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Fermented foods have a unique flavor that is tangy, pungent, and aromatic. There are dozens of fermented foods ranging from drinks to side dishes. Fermented Foods Gastrointestinal Health Fermented foods have the ability to improve the function of the gastrointestinal system. This improvement is due to the ability of

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Sichuan Fermented Vegetables (四川泡菜) Yang's Nourishing

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The famous Sichuan fermented vegetables are an addictive and refreshing side dish. I am sharing this authentic ferment with a modern fermentation method that everyone can execute at home. These fermented vegetables are naturally preserved and probiotic. Suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets. Sichuan Fermented Vegetables Sichuan fermented vegetables are also called …

Cuisine: Chinese
Total Time: 168 hrs 10 mins
Category: Side Dish, Vegetable
Calories: 228 per serving

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Cumin Sauerkraut Recipe Revolution Fermentation

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Steps. Cut the cabbage and onion into thin slices using a knife or mandolin. Place sliced vegetables in a bowl and sprinkle with salt, pepper, and cumin. Massage the mixture to dissolve the salt. Let it sit for 15 minutes to allow the vegetables to soak. Transfer small amounts to the jar.

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Homemade Fermented Natto – Asian Recipes At Home

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Pressure cook on high pressure for 30 minutes. Once the time is up, release the pressure and drain into a colander or drainage basket. Place the soybeans …

1. Boil some clean water, and pour over all tools (mixing/soaking bowl, spoons, stainless steel strainer basket, etc.) you will be using to ensure they're sterilized. Or you can also double ensure they're sterilized by boiling any tools in boiling water for about 5 minutes.
2. Rinse the soybeans in clean water twice to ensure you remove any dirt or debris.
3. Soak the dry soybeans in clean water for 24 hours. Within those 24 hours, change the water out three times (about 10-hours intervals). Replace each time with fresh, clean water and continue soaking. Note: We do not remove the soybean skins at any point throughout the process.
4. Now, we’re going to pressure cook the soybeans. You can use the same water it is soaking in. Place the soaked soybeans and water into the pressure cooker. Remove or add water until you have about an inch of water over the top of the soybeans. Pressure cook on high pressure for 30 minutes. Once the time is up, release the pressure and drain into a colander or drainage basket.

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Fermented Beets & Cauliflower With Garlic & Dill

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Learn how to make lacto fermented beets and cauliflower with saltwater brine, garlic and dill. This how-to recipe can be used to ferment most vegetables. Lacto fermented pickles are great as a side dish or a condiment with any meal and look fantastic on an antipasto platter or snack board.

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Fermented Cucumber Kimchi Recipe sharerecipes.net

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Lacto Fermented Vegetable Recipes. 4 hours ago Just Now Just Now This easy pickle recipe is low carb, keto, gluten-free, One of my favourite fermented vegetable recipes is Kimchi. Kimchi is a traditional fermented Korean side dish made from a number of different

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How To Make Fermented Chow Chow MomsWhoSave.com

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Fermented Chow Chow Recipe. Here’s everything you need to make fermented chow chow. Start by chopping the red cabbage, onion, green tomato, …

1. Chop red cabbage, onion, green tomato, green pepper, and garlic. Cut corn off of cob.
2. Place an empty bowl on a kitchen scale, and press the power/zero button.
3. Fill a bowl with the vegetables, and note the weight. *IF your kitchen scale does not show grams as a unit option, you will need to use Google to to calculate how many grams your ounces of vegetables are. (You can ask Google: How many grams are 42 ounces? The answer here is 1219.029. Now use a calculator to multiply your “grams” answer by 2.5%. This will give you how many grams of salt you need. We need to ask Google to translate grams into tablespoons. (Search Google: How many tablespoons are in X amount of grams. This gives me 1 ¾ Tablespoons of salt.)
4. *If you don’t have a scale, you can also use my calculations based on the ingredients and taste test after you have everything mixed together. You can add between 1 ¾ and 2 Tablespoons of salt.

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Fermented Potatoes Recipe (+ VIDEO) The Healthy Home

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Bake or boil potatoes and then mash them in a large glass bowl. Do not microwave. With a handheld mixer or food processor, blend well with yogurt and sea …

1. Peel the potatoes. This greatly reduces the chances of fermentation mold. Bake or boil potatoes and then mash them in a large glass bowl. Do not microwave.
2. With a handheld mixer or food processor, blend well with yogurt and sea salt.
3. Cover with a clean, cotton cloth and secure with a rubber band. Leave the covered bowl on the counter for 2 days and then refrigerate.
4. Fermented potatoes will last about a month in the refrigerator.

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Simple Fermented Chopped Garlic Self Made Modern

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Instructions. Put all garlic and salt in food processor after peeling and pulse to desired consistency. 6-8 oz peeled garlic, 1 tsp salt. Put in lock tight jar and seal. Leave for minimum two weeks and up to six. Keyword fermented, garlic, probiotic.

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What to Eat with Sauerkraut: 38 Ideas – recoveryhealthcare.me

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Sauerkraut is the popular name for fermented cabbage, a traditional German dish. It may be eaten hot or cold, and is often served with meat dishes like sausage and pork. When eating sauerkraut, you may want to use other foods as a …

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Recipe of Awardwinning Fermented Coleslaw Best 27K

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Fermented Coleslaw Hello everybody, it’s Drew, welcome to my recipe site. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, fermented coleslaw. One of my …

1. Finely slice all of the veggies into strips, including the ginger, garlic and chilli. Weigh them to get an overall weight.
2. Press the veggies into a mason jar, make sure you really push them down to get rid of any air bubbles.
3. Take some water (I used warm water made by diluting boiled water in cold water). Pour it into the mason jar until the veggies are covered. Pour out the water into a separate bowl and weigh it (do this by placing the bowl on some scales before pouring the water in and re-setting the scales to zero).
4. Calculate how much salt you need. To do this you need to weigh your veggies and water separately, then add their weights together and calculate 2.5% of the total weight. That total is how much salt you need.

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Easy, KidFriendly Probiotic Fermented Carrots With Dill

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Tangy and crunchy, these easy fermented carrots make a delicious snack or side dish for meals. I love them plain, but my kids prefer them dipped in creamy homemade …

1. Using clean hands, wash the carrots and trim the tops off. Cut them in half or quarters depending on how thick you want them to be - just make sure they are short enough to leave about 1-1.5 inches of headroom when placed in the jar. (They shouldn't go above the shoulder of the jar.)
2. Place 2-3 garlic cloves in the bottom of each quart jar. Add a few sprigs of dill, too, or if you prefer to make them look more decorative you can lean them up against the side of the jar so that they're visible.
3. Place your carrot sticks in both jars, packing them in as much as you can. I usually place the prettiest carrot sticks around the edge of the jar and the shorter/odd-fitting ones in the middle.
4. Make your brine by stirring together the salt and filtered water. Divide the brine between the two jars – you'll want enough to fully cover the carrots. Keep in mind that they may expand slightly while fermenting so you want a little extra brine over them. Place the fermentation weight over the carrots. If they're packed very tightly they may not float, which can cause spoilage, but sometimes one or two sticks will as fermentation gets going so it's best to use one.

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Recipe: Naturally Fermented Pickled Vegetable Medley

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Instructions. Wash, trim and chop the vegetables into bite-sized pieces. Stir the salt into the water, set aside. Pack the vegetables, garlic, spices (if using) and 1 torn grape leaf tightly into a …

Servings: 1
Total Time: 72 hrs 20 mins
Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins
1. Wash, trim and chop the vegetables into bite-sized pieces.
2. Stir the salt into the water, set aside.
3. Pack the vegetables, garlic, spices (if using) and 1 torn grape leaf tightly into a clean jar. Carefully pour the brine over the vegetables, leaving 1 inch space at the top. Tuck a grape leaf or cabbage leaf over the vegetables to keep them submerged in the brine, then screw a lid onto the jar.
4. Set the jar away from direct sunlight in your kitchen, in a place where it will stay room temperature (it's best between 65 and 80 degrees). Let the vegetables ferment, loosening the jar lids once a day to allow gas to escape and check to ensure that the vegetable are staying submerged in the brine. After 3 days, check to see if they taste sour enough for you...allow them to ferment for up to a week.

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LactoFermented Escabeche Live Naturally Magazine

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Instructions. Combine salt and water and stir until salt dissolves. Place remaining ingredients in a clean, half gallon-sized large mason jar (or evenly divide mixture …

Servings: 8
Category: Side Dish
1. Combine salt and water and stir until salt dissolves.
2. Place remaining ingredients in a clean, half gallon-sized large mason jar (or evenly divide mixture among two quart jars). Pour salt water over vegetables, leaving one inch of headspace. If necessary, add more water to cover vegetables. To ensure vegetables remain completely covered with brine, fill a zip lock bag with brine (3 tablespoons salt for each quart of water) to use as a weight to keep vegetables submerged. (This way, if the bag breaks or leaks, your ferment will only be introduced to more brine.)
3. Tie a clean dish towel over top of the jar (and bag), and allow it to stand at room temperature. As your vegetables ferment, the baggie will keep the mixture submerged, and the dishtowel will keep debris out, while allowing gas to escape. Beginning on day three, open the jar daily to taste the escabeche. If scum or mold has formed on the top, skim it off.
4. The escabeche will continue to develop tanginess as it ferments. When fermented to your liking, remove the bag of brine, screw a lid onto the jar, and transfer to refrigerator to slow the fermentation process. While the escabeche will slowly continue to ferment, the mix will stay good in your refrigerator for at least a month.

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Spicy Kimchi Natto (Fermented Soy Beans) Side Dish

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Spicy kimchi natto (fermented soy beans) is a quick and easy Japanese fusion side dish or appetizer, that can be added to your weeknight meal, or enjoyed as a snack with rice. Kimchi is a Korean dish of spicy pickled nappa cabbage, and is available for sale at many Asian grocery stores, and also in some American supermarkets as well.

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Fermented Cucumbers IQS Recipes

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1 1/2 cup water. Directions. 1. Choose a wide mouth jar that's tall enough to fit the cucumbers with 3cm to spare. 2. Wash cucumbers, cut off ends and soak in iced …

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Homemade Sauerkraut Recipe The Easiest Fermented Food

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Cut the cabbage into quarters, then remove the core. Thinly slice the cabbage, then place it in a large shallow bowl. Sprinkle with the sea salt. Knead the

1. Cut the cabbage into quarters, then remove the core. Thinly slice the cabbage, then place it in a large shallow bowl. Sprinkle with the sea salt. Knead the cabbage by hand or with a potato masher for 5 to 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, there will probably be enough liquid released from the cabbage to cover it.
2. Place ¼ of the cabbage in a quart sized mason jar, then pack it down with a wooden spoon. Repeat with the remaining cabbage, packing down a couple more times. Pour in the brine (the liquid that was released during the kneading process), and add as much water as needed to cover the cabbage. Leave at least an inch of space at the top of the jar. Place a small glass jar (or fermentation weights) on top of the cabbage to keep the cabbage fully submerged.
3. Cover the jar with butter muslin or a standard jar lid. If you use a lid, make sure to open it every couple days to release the pressure. Place the jar in a bowl in case it leaks. Store it at room temperature (60 to 70 degrees) for at least a week. Taste and see if it’s reached the tanginess you like, and once it has, transfer it to the refrigerator. It will keep for up to 6 months.

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Wild Fermented Dill Pickles Cultured Guru

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Place your empty, clean mason jar on the scale, and tare/zero the scale. Make sure your scale is still set to grams and add 200 grams of filtered water to your mason jar. Add the 200 grams …

Rating: 5/5(3)
Category: Fermented Foods
Servings: 16
Total Time: 20 mins
1. Wash all of your fermentation equipment (jar, weight and lid)
2. Wash your pickling cucumbers in cool water.
3. Slice your cucumbers. You can slice them in spears or chips. Just make sure you are slicing thick enough. Slices should be about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick.
4. Place your kitchen scale on the counter. Turn it on and set it to weigh in grams.

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Attiéké Traditional and Authentic Ivorian Recipe 196

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Instructions. Add the attiéké to a large bowl, and moisten with at least 1 cup (250 ml) of water, or more, to obtain a well wet grain. Separate by mixing between the fingers. Place the moistened attiéké in a clean cloth over a steamer. Close the cloth, and steam the attiéké for 8 to 10 minutes.

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Fermented Applesauce (Blender Recipe) Real Food Real Deals

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Fermented Applesauce Tips. Whey is the bi-product of making cheese or yogurt, and it’s the fermenting agent used in this recipe. I often make homemade ricotta, and I have lots of whey left …

1. Peel, core, and chop the apples.
2. Place the apples in a food processor or blender. Add the remaining ingredients and pulse until you have a smooth, evenly seasoned applesauce. Taste and the adjust seasonings as needed.
3. Transfer the mixture to 3 half-pint canning jars, leaving an inch of headspace in each jar. The headspace is important because the fermentation process can cause pressure from inside the jar. You don’t want an explosion of glass and applesauce.
4. Leave the jars on the counter for one to three days. Taste daily, and transfer to the refrigerator once the applesauce is tangy. If you leave it at room temperature for too long, it will turn to alcohol.

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Pepper Fermentation Recipe: Learn How to Ferment Any Type

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For this recipe, I used about 3.4% total (w/w) salt concentration. I’m usually able to avoid pellicle growth completely by increasing the salt concentration of the pepper fermentation. Peppers can be fermented with up to a 10% total salt concentration, but I think that’s too high.

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Healthy Recipes Healthyish & Happy

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Category Appetizers Asian Flavors Beverages Breakfast Dessert Fermented Foods Foods by Ri Holiday Indian Flavors Instant Pot Main Coures Mediterranean Flavors Mexican/Latin Flavors Middle Eastern Flavors Salads Sauces, Seasonings, Dips, & Dressings Side Dish Snacks Soups & Stews. Category.

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Funky Fermented Slaw vegan recipe

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If a slaw were ever to be promoted from side dish to main meal -- it is this one. A mix of fresh and fermented cabbage, a creamy-tangy dressing, and added raisins and chickpeas make it a 10/10.

Rating: 5/5(2)
Category: Freshly Picked
Servings: 6
Total Time: 15 mins

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Spicy Kimchi and Natto (Fermented Soy Bean) Recipe

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Spicy kimchi natto (fermented soy beans) is a quick and easy Japanese fusion side dish or appetizer, that can be added to your weeknight meal, or enjoyed as a snack with rice. Kimchi is a Korean dish of spicy pickled nappa cabbage, and is available for sale at many Asian grocery stores, and also in some American supermarkets as well.

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Cooking and Baking With Sauerkraut: A Fermented Fantasy

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Cooking and Baking With Sauerkraut: A Fermented Fantasy Come True Sure, it’s great with sausage, but sauerkraut can do so much more. Discover the health benefits and versatility of this ancient probiotic with 31 spectacular sauerkraut recipes from soup and pizza to chocolate cake.

Rating: 5/5(5)

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Appam Recipe / Fermented Rice Pancake My Eating Space

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Wash the raw rice and soak for 6-8 hours. Grind the rice with all other ingredients to make a smooth batter. The batter should be free flowing but not too much watery. Transfer the batter to a large bowl, cover with a lid and ferment for 8 hours or overnight. The fermented batter will rise.

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540 Main Dishes ideas in 2021 healthy gluten free

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Nov 9, 2021 - Main dishes that will feed your microbiome. Healthy prebiotic and probiotic dishes for lunch and dinner. Get inspired!. See more ideas about healthy gluten free

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Glazed Carrots Recipe Easy PioneerWomanClock

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Easiest way to cook tasty glazed carrots recipe easy, Fresh rosemary adds the finishing touch.—helen faddis, gloucester, massachusetts home gear appliances our brands Holiday meals are a time to catch up with loved ones, celebrate the warmth of the season and prepare recipes, both old and new. stick with white miso (fermented soybean paste) for this dish.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I hide fermented foods in my family's diet?

If your family hasn't adjusted yet to the sour taste that many fermented foods have, you can ‘hide' them in a variety of meals. 1. As a side dish. You can simply serve a small serving of fermented veggies or fruit as a side dish with your meal. I do this often with carrots, green beans and sauerkraut. 2. In green salads.

Can I ferment my own condiments?

Almost any homemade condiment can be fermented. Kelly has a great recipe for mayo. Simply adding whey or culture starter to your favorite homemade ketchup, mustard, bbq sauce recipe (tighten lid and allow to sit at room temp overnight) will enable you to have probiotic goodness for condiments.

What are the best fermented foods to eat?

1 Sauerkraut. 2 Kombucha Chia Seed Smoothie. 3 Indian Kimchi. 4 Fermented Apples. 5 Beet Kvass. 6 Fermented Mustard. 7 Almond Milk Kefir. 8 Kimchi. 9 Probiotic Protein Shake. 10 Homemade Fermented Veggies. More items...

Are there any easy fermented food recipes that do not require whey?

52 Easy Fermented Food Recipes (No Whey Required!) 52 Easy Fermented Food Recipes (No Whey Required!) This is a list of 52 easy fermented food recipes that do not require whey. I chose 52 recipes so that you (and I) can try a different fermented food recipe each week for an entire year.