All tagged fermentation recipe
The way we ferment carrots is different from the way we ferment other vegetables. Since carrots are a root vegetable with more sugars than cruciferous vegetables, they need to be fermented in a different way to ensure a safe, preserved vegetable product. For this recipe we used already acidified, probiotic sauerkraut brine in addition to raw apple cider vinegar and a short fermentation time to produce naturally probiotic fermented carrots.
Everything you need to know to ferment any type of pepper safely at home! We used Shishito peppers this time, but we’ve also used this recipe to make fermented jalapeños, fermented banana peppers, ferment caribe peppers, ferment Anaheim peppers and many others.
You used your fermentation kit for the first time. You followed all the directions and you made delicious, probiotic, fermented vegetables! Now what? Learn how to reuse your kit and kit guide time and time again!
Homemade Sauerkraut... definitely the best place to start when learning how to ferment at home. Sauerkraut is particularly easy for a first fermentation project because cabbage ferments extremely well. The water content along with the microbial species richness of cabbage make it optimal for wild fermentation! With this recipe you'll learn how to make the best, most probiotic homemade sauerkraut in a mason jar. If you're a visual learner there is also a picture guide below the recipe!
Want to know what we love more than pickled red onions though? Fermented Red Onions! It's the same great taste of pickled red onions, but with an awesome benefits fermented foods provide: gut health! We PROMISE this fermented food recipe is worth the wait!