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Lacto-fermentation has been used for generations as a means of preservation, well before its many probiotic benefits were discovered. Explore our fermented vegetables and fruits recipes to find new traditions for you and your family.
Make a batch of flavorful sauerkraut and colorful beet kvass with veggies from your garden or farmer's market. Ferment your salsas and other sides to sneak probiotics and depths of flavor into every daily condiment. And that's just the beginning! Once you start fermenting, there's no turning back.
Explore our fermented vegetable, fruits, and condiment recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Forget commercial soda! Make root beer the way it was made for generations. Delicious naturally fermented root beer will thrill your family.
Herbal teas are a wonderful way to take in the medicinal properties of plants.
Try this traditional Eastern European fermented drink made from sprouted wheat berries. Rejuvelac is a delicious, nutritious beverage on its own, but it also works well as a starter culture for many vegan cheese recipes.
You can do many things with fruit peelings, including making vinegar. So it should come as no surprise that in parts of Mexico and South America, this fermented pineapple drink is made from the peels of the pineapple.
A spiced lacto-fermented beverage reminiscent of a ginger ale or other spicy bubbly beverage
Kvass is commonly made from either bread or beets and while some really enjoy it, others find it not particularly tasty. This recipe changes things up with sweet carrots, spicy ginger, and fragrant orange. It is tangy and fragrant and pleasant to drink, especially after a second fermentation done with a bit of sweetener added.
A delicious and refreshing drink, or add a splash to a stir-fry!
A ginger bug is the start of many natural fermented beverages. The mixture of sugar, ginger, and water captures wild yeasts and beneficial bacteria, which can then be used to add a probiotic boost (and fizz) herbal sodas like ginger ale or root beer, and fruit sodas like blueberry, raspberry, or rhubarb.
In years long past ginger ale was the tonic of choice if you had an upset stomach or the flu, but it's always refreshing!