Hello, comfort food, family, and full bellies. We understand that Thanksgiving is a time to indulge, but that doesn't mean some of the food can't be healthy. Below are three delicious foods you can ferment before Thanksgiving to cut some of the sugar out of your favorite dishes, while still enjoying incredible flavor.
Let the good food and great memory making begin...
The Shockeys live in the Applegate Valley of Southern Oregon where they have been growing vegetables and fermenting for the past 14+ years. They have mastered the art of fermenting vegetables on their rustic farm and, lucky for us, they have kindly imparted their knowledge.
Only eat carrot sticks if ranch is on the side? Us too... until now.
Fermented Dill Sticks look like regular, old, ranch-needing carrots sticks (meh), but they are loaded with more flavor than any ramekin of ranch can hold. The secret? Fermentation.
These delightful Fermented Cherry Tomato Bombs will literally burst in your mouth with flavor. A little sour, a little fizzy, and a little dilly: they are very delicious. If you love tomatoes, you will definitely enjoy this fermented twist.
To honor this special season, Masontops is offering 14% off of our fermentation products so you can make your own sauerkraut before the Oktoberfest season.
We also want to share with you our favorite Traditional German Sauerkraut Recipe..
We love making overnight oats because we get to use Mason jars and our Chalk Tops + Top Chalk. Easy, healthy, delicious and adorable (everything looks cuter in a Mason jar), overnight oats will revolutionize your morning.
Here is our favorite recipe for Dairy-Free Raspberry Banana Oats.
Water kefir is often mistaken for soda, but it's rich in probiotics and other healthy ingredients that improve digestion and help boost immunity. These 3 recipes are great for beginners and all offer unique flavors to experiment with.
Back to school! For a lot of us that means back to the lunch-making grind.
It can be tough to find something kids like, let alone is good for them, so we scouted out kid-approved fermentation recipes to make life a little easier. The best part? Your kids can help make them!