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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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When the dark days of winter come and there is nothing fresh or green to be found, this is the salad that gets you through.
Garlic, ginger, and turmeric are used in many health tonics. This recipe combines them with the wonderful properties of sauerkraut, for a healthy and delicious side dish.
Kohlrabi makes a delicious kraut: much like sauerkraut but with an unexpected sweet undertone.
This ferment has all the crunch and tang of sauerkraut, with the added flavors of the southwest. This kraut lends delicious flavor, crunch, and probiotics to tacos, Mexican-flavored salads, beans, and any other south-of-the-border dish.
This fermented kohlrabi recipe contains a delightful blend of complementary and contrasting flavors!
By combining cabbage with collard greens and fresh parsley, this kraut packs an extra punch of chlorophyll.
If you’ve never tried cortido then you are in for a real treat. It is similar to sauerkraut in that it is a lacto-fermented cabbage but it is a bit more exciting with its flavors from Latin America.
Sauerkraut is an all-time favorite. Make it even more special with the addition of aromatic garlic!
Avoiding salt, but want to enjoy sauerkraut? This recipe uses herbal seeds to replace the salt in fermented sauerkraut.
This sauerkraut variation is slightly milder than traditional cabbage kraut, and a little sweet, so it is better for more timid palates.
This spicy and beautifully colored cultured vegetable will brighten up any meal as a side dish. It even looks pretty in the jar!
Use your extra veggies to make this quick and easy vegetable ferment for snacks or a crunchy side dish.