How To Make Homemade Sauerkraut in a one-quart Mason Jar Sauerkraut is the German style of fermented cabbage. Finely shredded cabbage is frequently mixed with other ingredients such as caraway seeds, carrots, and garlic. Red cabbage, napa cabbage, and other cabbages all make great […]
To spark creativity and encourage both new and seasoned fermenters everywhere.
How to Make Kefir
Kefir is a cultured milk drink that after fermentation acquires a wonderful sour, and sometimes effervescent, taste. This tanginess brings a whole new flavor to smoothies, lassis, and other drinks just as you would use yogurt or regular milk.
Garlic is known to have medicinal properties and an overpowering taste. Fermented garlic is healthier and more comfortable to eat than raw garlic due to the spiciness of the garlic mellowing out during the fermentation process. Fermenting garlic also adds probiotics which increase vitamins and improve digestion.