Interested in fermented food and drinks? Looking for fresh ideas as we approach the New Year?
My most popular post of 2014 was How to Make a Turmeric Bug. The recipe is simple provided you have access to fresh turmeric root. Turmeric powder can be used but I have found it less dependable. Find the recipe here.
Are you a fan of kombucha? Hoping to make your own this year? Consider these popular tutorials:
Take a peek at these other popular posts from my fellow bloggers at Alternative Living Network!
Drinkable Yogurt in the Crock Pot
Creamy Homemade Yogurt (Crock Pot)
Probiotic Pickles from Scratch
How to Make Coconut Water Kefir
Quinoa Flax Sourdough Crackers
Lacto-fermented Roasted Bell Pepper Hummus
Lacto-fermented Sparkling Apple Cider
Cherry Mango Water Kefir Smoothie
How to Make Kombucha with Chai Tea
Do you have a favorite cultured food or beverage recipe? Be sure to share in the comments!
- 42This simple cultured cranberry-orange chutney is an excellent way to add a fermented boost to your holiday or family gathering! Cultured Cranberry-Orange Chutney Ingredients: 3 c. frozen or fresh cranberries 1-2 fresh oranges, peeled and de-seeded 1-2 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 tsp. salt 2-4 tbsp. whole cane or other unrefined sugar…
Sarah Pope says
When you ferment pickles do you use an airlock, if so, how long to ferment. If not, do you use a coffee filter and again, how long do I ferment.
Thanks. I purchased pickling cucumbers at Farmers Market and wanted to use them before they get bad. 🙂
Thanks as always for your willingness to help.
Andrea Fabry says
Yes, an airlock is a good idea. Or a very tight mason jar lid. I do about three days because I like them a little crispy. It’s up to you and what you like. Have fun making them!
Sarah Pope says