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Recipes

  • How to Make Fermented Hummus

    Hummus is, hands down, one of my favorite foods. I love making hummus and eating it on everything from crackers to big chunks of sweet red bell peppers. I even make hummus out of black beans and put my canned red peppers in it. But with this recipe, Kristi has taken hummus to a new level of deliciousness. Let me know what you think, 'cause if you like hummus as much as I do, I'm sure you'll love it fermented, too.
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  • How to Make Homemade Mustard

    Of all the condiments we use on a regular basis, I never thought of making my own mustard until I read this post. Kristi not only shows how to make homemade mustard sound do-able, but also delicious. Read on and see if you don't agree.
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  • How to Make Flavored Kombucha

    If there is one thing I want folks to know about fermenting food, it's that fermenting food is about more than sauerkraut. Don't get me wrong. Sauerkraut is great. But when I think of all the other possibilities, I just get goosebumps. Especially when that fermented something is kombucha. So read on for some variations of this delicious, healthy drink.
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  • Fermented Coleslaw

    When living, my widowed mother frequently invited my family over for cake. She wanted a piece, but couldn't eat an entire cake before it went bad. Such is a plight of the single cook. But Sarah has conquered that issue with this recipe—a small batch fermented coleslaw variation, just enough for one.
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  • How to Make Fermented Salsa

    Who does not like salsa? We eat salsa and chips for a snack. Put salsa on our scrambled eggs. Have it in tacos or burritos or on top of taco salad. I make a Mexican rice dish that we embellish with salsa, sour cream, and chips. And, salsa is always an option when we have a potato bar meal. In fact, I cannot imagine doing without some form of this condiment in my kitchen.
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  • How to Make Water Kefir

    Water kefir is the most popular fermented food at our house. It's the one ferment that each family member enjoys and will drink on a regular basis. I was surprised by how quickly my family fell in love with this bubbly, tangy treat. If you want to try it, too, keep reading.
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  • Fermented Strawberry Preserves

    One summer, as my family emptied jam jars as fast as I filled them, (and I used pints, mind you) I wondered, can I put jam in quarts? I never found out because then my kids started growing up and moving out and I didn't have the need. I also never knew you could ferment jam! I'm seriously trying this recipe, but I'm not considering quarts, anymore.
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  • Fermented Lemonade

    If you want to ditch artificial coloring, sweeteners, and other food additives from your diet, here is a great all-natural thirst quencher your entire family is sure to enjoy.
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  • Fermented Rhubarb

    Rhubarb is a quintessential spring vegetable, and we are lucky enough to have a large rhubarb plant already growing in the backyard of our new house.  It is perennial, which means it will come back year after year without you having to do much to it, and is often one of the first foods that can be eaten from the garden.  It is quite sour and is a flavor that often is an acquired taste.  I personally love it!
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  • How to Make No-Salt Kimchi Recipe

    Since salt inhibits the speed of the ferment, without salt you’ll need to inhibit the speed of the fermentation process through other means.  By fermenting your reduced-salt vegetables in a cooler environment you can mechanically slow down the speed of fermentation, thereby reducing the need for salt in the ferment.
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