Red and glistening, fermented cranberries are an eye-catching and cheery addition to any holiday spread. These sweet little treats are tart-free and slightly carbonated once fermented and pair well with cheese...
Our Christmas Cranberry Sauerkraut is loaded with our favorite holiday flavors and so (and we mean SO) good on the gut. Sauerkraut is naturally loaded with vitamin C and probiotics–but it has to be homemade.
We're always blown away by how delicious the simplest ferments are. A bit of onion, garlic and salt transforms red peppers into a tangy and delicious treat in just a couple of days. We promise you this ferment won't last long in your fridge...
Hot with garlic and sweet with grape tomatoes, our Fermented Sweet Dill Salsa is one of the more unique salsas in our kitchen. We always recommend fermenting your own salsa versus buying it in the store.
Zesty, tangy and great for putting on salads, Carrot-Ginger Kraut is a summer time must. We loved how fun it was to make and the unique ginger-lime flavors. The great thing about fermenting with grated carrots, rather than sticks, is you can pack in A LOT more carrots.
If you're new to the concept of at-home fermentation, you probably have a lot of questions about what fermentation is and how you're supposed to use your new gift.
We're going to give you a quick run-down to get you on your way to a healthier new you.
Having one perfectly crafted cocktail, especially a personalized one, is a great icebreaker at parties and adds that element of "special" everyone craves. The key to making a good drink isn't just in the mixings, but the garnishes too.
Here's a list of our favorite fermented garnishes: what's yours?
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!
As the summer ends, now is your last chance to ferment the fruit (or vegetables) of your summer labor.
If you love sauerkraut and experimenting with new dishes, you have to try out these 4 innovative ways to eat sauerkraut (and it’s not on top of a sausage).