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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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Learn to make pickles the old-fashioned way! Naturally fermented, these pickles use salt and/or whey rather than vinegar
Learn to make delicious probiotic-rich salsa! Our easy recipe will leave your family wanting more.
Use up that extra summer squash from your garden with this delicious recipe. Serve on hotdogs or as a condiment to other grilled meats.
With its short ingredient list and oh-so-simple steps, this apple butter wins for efficiency and simplicity. It calls for dried apple slices, which are sometimes cheaper to keep on hand.
Make the most of spring with this Asian-inspired crunchy ferment.
Any dark, leafy green works well for this delicious recipe – young spinach works really well, too. This dip is great with corn chips or baked wheat crackers.
This is a spicy, surprising twist on a cultured condiment. Raisins add their usual sweetness, and unexpected assorted spices kick it up a notch.
This is the recipe I use when all of these ingredients are plentiful and I need to put up a lot of salsa.
Something a little different to spice up your Southwestern-style meals!
Make this delicious ranch dressing using cultured ingredients. Perfect on a salad or as a dip.
A unique and flavorful way to use onions in your fermenting repertoire!
Though winter squash is easy to preserve as is, lacto-fermented squash makes a fun sweet and sour snack.