Once you're happy with the taste of your ferment, it's time to move it to the fridge. The cold temperature will stop the fermentation process so you can enjoy the taste you like consistently.
Learn more about storing your ferments and how long they can last in the fridge. Includes a videoexplanation with Sandor Katz, the world’s leading fermentation revivalist and renowned author.
Worried about botulism? Don't be. Fermentation is one of the safest food preservation methods: it's even used for food safety.
Learn more about botulism, what it is and why it's not a concern with lacto-fermentation.
Although you can, you technically shouldn't. There are many other great things you can do with leftover brine so you can benefit from every last probiotic drop in the jar.
Learn why you shouldn't reuse brine/juice to start a new ferment, including avideoexplanation withSandor Katz, the world’s leading fermentation revivalist and renowned author.
Don't cook them just yet... you might regret it!
Learn more about cooking fermented foods, including what happens to them and what temperature you should stay below. Includes avideoexplanation withSandor Katz, the world’s leading fermentation revivalist and renowned author.
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