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...
If you love cooking with cauliflower because of its versatility, you'll certainly enjoy fermenting with it. Although fairly bland on its own, cauliflower easily absorbs other flavors so it's perfect to try out new seasonings with.
There are many ways to eat fermented cauliflower: on its own as a snack or side, in a salad (cold quinoa salads especially), or chopped up in a wrap or sandwich.
Fresh. Light. Tangy. Crunchy. The perfect summer snack on a hot day, especially if you're lucky enough to pick them from your own garden. Fermented Sour Dilly Beans are easy to make with barely any prep time at all, which is always a bonus!
Here's a step-by-step recipe tutorial on how to make Fermented Sour Dilly Beans with Masontops.
Fermenting whole vegetables with a brine is one of the easiest ways to introduce yourself to lacto-fermentation. The prep is a breeze and the recipes are very simple, with typically only a couple ingredients. Our Lacto-Fermented Radish recipe is a classic and an easy one for beginners to master on their first try.
If you're looking for a special snack, fermented vegetables are a great option with no guilt attached. A little sour and savory, you and your family won't believe they're loaded with vitamins and probiotics as you munch away by the fire.
'Tis the season to get cooking. With dinners, appetizers and charcuterie boards to prepare, you need all the help (and health) you can get. Garlic is a great way to add flavors to dishes and fermenting it only enhances it and adds additional health benefits.
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.
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