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40 Fermentation Recipes • Insteading

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Related Post: Best Canning Recipes In some ways, fermentation and canning are quite opposite, wherein fermentation promotes the growth of healthy …

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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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15 Easy Beginner Fermenting Recipes it's a love/love thing

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The best way to start fermenting is just to start fermenting. 🙂 So try some of these out and watch your body thank you in the process. 15 Easy Fermenting Recipes for the Beginner. Fermented Hatch Chiles from It’s a Love/Love Thing …

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Fermentation Recipes Friendly Ferments Fermenting …

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Getting started with fermentation is a fun, rewarding, and surprisingly easy exercise. As you gain experience, recipes and processes will become even easier and natural, …

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52 Easy Fermented Food Recipes (No Whey Required!)

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Awesome books on fermenting and nutrition: Oh Lardy’s Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables (only $4.99 as ebook!) Nourishing Traditions …

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75 Fermented Foods Recipes! The Organic Goat Lady

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75 Fermented Foods. Whether you are fermenting for convenience, for health, for self sufficiency, or to use up the mounds of produce that you have grown in …

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Recipes Fermenting for Foodies

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10 Best Fermented Vegetables Recipes Yummly

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Japanese Pork Curry, Fermented Corn, Pickled Rat Tail Radishes, Lemon Koshu Pork Foodservice. rice vinegar, salt, celery, sugar, medium carrot, lemon peel and 26 more.

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Your Ultimate Guide to Fermenting Allrecipes

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Some of the most delicious ones to ferment include cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, beets, garlic, and cauliflower. In a bowl or glass measuring cup, mix together 4 cups of filtered water and 2 tablespoons of non-iodized salt. Microwave the brine in 45 second intervals, stirring each time, until the …

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5 NoFail Fermented Food Recipes for Beginners

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5 No-Fail Fermented Food Recipes #1: Curtido. Sauerkraut is a very popular first ferment for many people. Especially where I live in Wisconsin, where our German heritage leads us to use it as a topping for bratwurst!

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6 Easy Fermented Food Recipes that Taste Amazing What's

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6 Fermented Food Recipes that Taste Amazing. 1. Sauerkraut. This is the perfect place to start if you are new to fermenting foods. Sauerkraut is super simple to make and is …

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FERMENTING GUIDE & RECIPE BOOK

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emps than we do. A slower ferment at 60-70°F will yield better t esults than one fermented at higher temps. When the weather is r arm, fermentation proceeds more quickly and things will get soft w aster. Try to find a cooler spot in your home when fermenting in f summer, and plan on checking your ferments for doneness earlier. 8.

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Fermented Vegetable, Fruit, & Condiment Recipes

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Recipe for lacto-fermented whole jalapeños allows you to control the degree of hotness. Fermented Idli Idli is a steamed cake made from a combination of rice and lentils that have been soaked, ground, and fermented into a smooth dough.

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25 Essential Fermented Foods Fermented Recipes for

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It's spicy, fizzy, and healthy in all the right ways. Go to Recipe. 10 / 25. Mango Kombucha. Based on our step-by-step lesson on how to make kombucha, this …

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LactoFermentation Fruit and Vegetable Recipes

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Fermented Swiss Chard Stems Recipe. Chard's juicy, crunchy leafstalks deserve to be treated as a unique ingredient entirely separate from the leafy green …

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Safely Fermenting Food at home National Institute of

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recipes available for fermented dill pickles and sauerkraut. NCHFP also has additional information available on suitable containers, covers, and weights for fermenting food, as well as causes and possible solutions for problems with fermented pickles. NOTE

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Five Easy Fermented Vegetable Recipes for Beginners

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The best fermentation recipes for beginners are sauerkraut recipes! After you master sauerkraut I suggest trying out fermentation for pickles and other …

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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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28 Easy LactoFermentation Recipes Life Lived Curiously

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This fermented carrot recipe includes 5 different delicious flavors. Our favorite is the spicy version – it’s a nice healthy snack to grab whenever you need a little flavor in your life! In addition to spicy, the flavors are dill, curry, sweet beet, and …

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Fermentation Recipes Great British Chefs

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Fermentation recipes Fermentation info Making fermented food at home can sound a bit worrying – after all, it goes against our intuitions to take fresh ingredients, cover …

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How To Ferment Vegetables Everything You Need to Know

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A fermented food recipe may call specifically for salt, salt, and whey, or a starter culture. The method chosen can vary, depending on personal taste, special dietary requirements, and even the vegetables used. If salt fermentation is the preferred method, choose …

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Pepper Fermentation Recipe: Learn How to Ferment Any Type

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Place your standard mason jar lid on the jar, and secure it. Shake the jar for 2 minutes. Remove the standard mason jar lid. Place your fermentation weight in …

Rating: 5/5(3)
Category: Fermented Foods
Cuisine: American
Total Time: 672 hrs 15 mins
1. Wash your fermentation equipment, including the jar, weight, and lid.
2. Wash your peppers and chop to your desired consistency. You can chop into pepper rings, slices or minced.
3. Place your kitchen scale on the counter. Turn it on and set it to weigh in grams.
4. Place a mixing bowl on your kitchen scale and tare/zero the scale.

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16 Recipes for Fermenting Spring Vegetables Revolution

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Recipe for Fermented Fiddleheads. After boiling the fiddleheads for 15 minutes, discard the water and allow them to cool. Stack in a jar with shredded cabbage, garlic, and a grape leaf ( lactic acid bacteria source is optional but recommended). Cover with a 2% …

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Recipes For Fermenting Vegetables All information about

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More Fermented Vegetable Recipes for Beginners. How to Ferment Sauerkraut with Blueberries and Açaí. Fermented Baby Bok Choy. beginner Fermentation. Kaitlynn Fenley. Kaitlynn is a microbiologist who specializes in fermentation microbiology, food science, and science communication. previous post.

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36 Best Fermentation Crock Recipes ideas fermentation

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Nov 19, 2018 - Explore Freshnss's board "Fermentation Crock Recipes", followed by 5,400 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about fermentation, recipes, fermentation crock.

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Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64

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Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes [Christopher Shockey, …

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Author: Christopher Shockey, Kirsten K. Shockey
Brand: Storey Publishing, LLC
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How to Use a Fermenting Crock • The Prairie Homestead

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Stuff it into the fermenting crock. Whether you use an open-crock or a water-sealed crock, simply put the veggies and any possible spices into the …

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Base Brine for Fermented Vegetables

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Using a long wooden spoon, stir in 1 tablespoon of kosher salt per cup of water used, until dissolved. Set a small plate or small resealable plastic bag filled with brine in the jar to keep the

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Raw Fermented Beets Recipe Allrecipes

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The health benefits of fermented foods are well established, and they're tasty to boot! If you're lucky enough to have a bumper crop of beets, try this easy …

Rating: 5/5(2)
Calories: 53 per serving
1. Distribute beet chunks between two jars with lids. Add 2 cloves garlic, 3 peppercorns, and 1 bay leaf to each jar.
2. Combine water and salt in a bowl to make the brine; stir until salt is completely dissolved. Pour enough brine into the jars to completely cover the beets.
3. Screw on lids and let jars sit at room temperature until foam starts to appear on top, about 1 week. Transfer jars to a cool place (50 degrees F, 10 degrees C) for 2 to 3 days after foam appears. Store in the refrigerator.

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Fermented Food Recipes Paleo Leap

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Fermented and lacto-fermented food recipes All the recipes included here yield 1 gallon , but don’t hesitate to do only 1/4 of the quantity to obtain a quart of food. In the …

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10 Fermented Foods You Can Easily Make at Home Organic

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A lot of pickling recipes call for vinegar and sugar as the preserving agent, but in traditional lacto-fermentation you depend on the beneficial bacteria on the …

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Fermenting Turnips Step By Step Lady Lee's Home

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Alcoholic fermentation is when we use yeast to break down sugars into carbon dioxide and ethanol. This is the process we use to make beer, wine, and …

Rating: 5/5(3)
Calories: 148 per serving
Category: Fermenting And Pickling
1. Wash your turnips. Cut the top and the bottom. Use a vegetable peeler to remove the skin. Slice your turnips however you want (take into consideration that the thinner the slices the faster they'll soften in the brine).
2. Pack a quart jar with a wide mouth halfway with the turnips. Add the garlic, chili flakes, and mustard seeds (see notes for other seasoning ideas). Fill the jar the rest of the way with the turnips leaving two-inch headspace.
3. Make the brine by adding a teaspoon of salt to a cup of water. Add to the jar. Repeat until the water cover the turnips.
4. Place a fermentation weight on top of the turnips. Make sure that all of the turnips are under the brine.

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10 Best Fermented Foods Recipes Green Thickies: Filling

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Here are 10 Best Fermented Foods Recipes that I recommend everyone make for great health. The process of fermenting creates beneficial enzymes, b-vitamins, omega-3 …

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Simple Fermented Beet Recipe2 Ways The Everyday Farmhouse

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Simple fermented beet recipe, two ways! Learn how to preserve your beet harvest with fermentation! It’s easy and adds gut-healthy probiotics to an already nutrient-packed veggie! Disclosure: Any information given is my opinion formed through my own research. This information is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness.

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Easiest Fermented Pickled Vegetables Ever An Oregon Cottage

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Ingredients. 3 to 4 cups cut vegetables or enough to fill a quart jar (cauliflower, carrots, green beans, etc.) 3 garlic cloves peeled and slightly crushed. 1/2 …

Rating: 4.7/5(18)
Calories: 15 per serving
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1. Place garlic in the bottom of a clean, wide-mouth quart jar. Layer the cut vegetables, pressing down to fit as many as you can up to the shoulder of the jar (1-2 inches headspace).
2. Add any seasonings to the contents in the jar.
3. Dissolve the salt in the water and pour over the vegetables in the jar until the top vegetables are barely covered.** Use a thin plastic spatula around the sides of the jar to release any air bubbles.
4. Use a weight to keep the vegetables under the brine and attach a tight regular lid or airlock lid like the Easy Fermenter.

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Fermented Carrots Recipe Farmhouse on Boone

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Fermented Carrots Recipe. by Lisa October 25, 2019. This fermented carrots recipe is a delicious way to eat probiotics. The classic carrot flavor and crunch …

Rating: 4.6/5(41)
Category: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Total Time: 240 hrs 15 mins
1. Bring 2 cups of water to a light simmer. Remove it from the heat and stir in the salt, until dissolved.
2. Add the salt water to a half gallon glass mason jar. Fill the jar the rest of the way with filtered water.
3. Slice the carrots into long thin sticks. Put them in another half gallon mason jar, and pour the prepared brine over them until they are fully submerged. Leave one to two inches headspace.
4. Add some kind of fermenting weight to keep the carrots underneath the liquid. This could be a folded up cabbage leaf or a rock in a ziplock bag. If you plan to ferment often, you could even buy weights specifically made for fermenting.

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Fermentation Brine: Salt to Water Ratio for Vegetables

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Using a proper fermentation brine is important for successfully fermenting vegetables. While each of my recipes has a recommended salt-to-water ratio, this post provides more general information to help you calculate your own fermentation brine ratio.. I was …

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Fermented Cauliflower Recipe My Fermented Foods

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Install the airlock kit on the jar. Please take a look at the instructions on the kit and make it right. Simply take the jar to a place with room temperature and leave it there for 4 days. These six steps are the right way to have cauliflower fermented. Once …

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Sauerkraut Recipe: It Can’t Get Any Easier for the Perfect

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Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage. It is the only way it has been tested as safe for storage in jars on a shelf. Remember this is not plain cabbage, don’t skip the …

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Fermented Vegetables: A Probiotic Treat That is Simple to

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Leave your vegetables to ferment on the counter for 2-3 days. (The ideal fermenting temperature is 70-75°F.) Check them daily to be sure all the vegetables …

Rating: 5/5(2)
Total Time: 120 hrs
Servings: 1

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How to Ferment Vegetables Make Your Own Fermented …

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Kimchi is an Asian version of fermented vegetables so if you like that, you’ll definitely like these fermented vegetables. Also make sure to try out this bulgogi kimchi rice plate and this kimchi …

Rating: 4.4/5(182)
Total Time: 96 hrs
Category: Guides
Calories: 11 per serving
1. Place vegetables and any spices/herbs you're using in the mason jar right up to the bottom of the neck, there should be about 1 inch of space to the top.
2. Stir the salt and water together until dissolved.
3. Pour the salt water over the vegetables until it reaches just below the top of the jar. There should be about 1/2 inch of room left.
4. Fold a small cabbage leaf and press it down on top of the vegetables so that it keeps the vegetables submerged in the salt water. This isn't necessary, but helps make sure the vegetables are submerged. Feel free to skip this step if you don't have cabbage on hand.

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Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64

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Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes - Kindle edition by Shockey, Kirsten K., Shockey, Christopher. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for

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How to Make Fermented Onions My Fermented Foods

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Instructions. Pack the onion rings or slices into 1-half gallon or 2-quart size jars. In a separate bowl, combine the water and salt together and stir until dissolved. Now pour the brine into …

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Servings: 2
Total Time: 15 mins
1. Pack the onion rings or slices into 1-half gallon or 2-quart size jars.
2. In a separate bowl, combine the water and salt together and stir until dissolved.
3. Now pour the brine into the jars until the onions are completely submerged. Prepare more brine if needed.
4. Close the lids and leave the jars in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

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Recipe: Basic Cabbage Fermentation – Big Green

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Recipe: Basic Cabbage Fermentation. Posted on March 22, 2017 by Brynn Olinger, Colorado Garden Educator Early Spring brings a true excitement to the garden as seeds go in the ground and shoots begin to appear, but we sometimes find it bit frustrating for our plates as few veggies are truly in season right now. The gourds and root veggies we put

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How to Make Brine for Fermented Vegetables The Fermented

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When fermenting chutney’s and sauces, it’s good to stick to around 2%. How to Make Brine for Your Fermented Vegetables The key to making brine and getting the percent of sodium you desire is keeping track of how much water you put in. Below is …

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Recipe: Fermented Cherry Tomatoes — FarmSteady

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Recipe: Fermented Cherry Tomatoes Cherry tomatoes are one of our favorite ingredients to have in the house. These versatile little spheres work perfectly in salads, tomato eggs, slow roasted for pasta sauces or even just as a lunch box snack. And by cherry tomatoes we really mean any tiny-variety (grape tomatoes we love you too) these miniature

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How To Make HoneyFermented Ginger + My Easy Ginger

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Honey-fermented ginger takes a mere five minutes to make, and you can enjoy it for months after. And today’s recipe is no different. We’re going to take two incredibly nutritious foods …

1. Peel your ginger using the side of a spoon to scrape off the skin. Chop the ginger into small pieces.
2. Place the chopped ginger in a sterilized jar. You want to fill it half way.
3. Slowly pour the raw honey into the jar. You want to make sure it filters down over the ginger into the bottom. Keep pouring until the honey covers the ginger, plus an inch.
4. Screw the lid on the jar.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What vegetables can you ferment?

The best vegetables to ferment are: Carrots. Cabbage (green) Cabbage (red) Green beans. Bell peppers. Jalapeno peppers.

Is pickling the same as fermenting?

Pickling is a form of fermentation. Fermentation is the chemical breakdown of a substance, in this case, food. The process that makes pickles and quick pickles is the same one that gives us beer, wine, and liquor. The pickling liquid that is fermenting your veggies is also called “brine”.

Does fermenting a vegetable make it carbohydrate-free?

While all cultured cheese will be lower in carbohydrates than the milk it started as, hard cheeses like cheddar will have almost no carbohydrates as opposed to a softer cheese like ricotta. Any fermented vegetable, including beets and carrots, can be considered low in carbohydrates .

Why are fermented foods good for You?

Fermented foods help break down the nutrients in foods through the action of the beneficial microorganisms present in them. This in turn improves digestion and aids in eliminating metal toxicity from the body.