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Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes Paperback – October 7, 2014
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Make lacto-fermentation part of your kitchen. A classic preserving method, the process yields nutrient-dense live foods packed with vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and probiotic goodness. Master the techniques for making sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, and fermented condiments, and then explore how to apply those simple skills to fermenting more than 60 fresh vegetables, herbs, and even a few fruits.
In addition to 140 recipes and suggestions to an intriguing array of ferments, you'll find delicious recipes that bring your creations to the table as part of any meal.
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Top Customer Reviews
I can see spending the entire next harvest season experimenting my way through the recipes, and then enjoying one of the cocktails at the end of the day. A great book and refreshing addition to my fermentation library!
The chapters and recipes are filled with helpful tips, information important to safe fermenting, and interesting facts and tid-bits about various herbs, veggies, and more. The story at the beginning of this chapter brought a smile to my face as it’s about sauerkraut, and I’ll say that it has me rethinking my stance on sauerkraut. I just may have to give making my own a try. **grin**
Once you have your fermented goodies made, you’ll want to make sure they you actually use them. The Shockeys have you covered with a wide variety of ideas and recipes for using your fermented veggies, herbs, and fruits. I was pleasantly surprised to see that there were a lot of gluten free recipes in the mix. I appreciated the fact that recipes were labeled gluten-free, vegetarian, and/or vegan if they fit into those categories as it made it very easy to look for gluten-free options for my family. The recipes are broken down into sections: breakfast, snacks, lunch, happy hour (cocktails), dinner, and dessert.
The appendix includes a very helpful section on how to tell if your ferments are good or bad.Read more ›
I'm not, any longer. This is a great how-to guide, filled with amazing recipes that think outside the box. Everything is explained so this fraidy-cat isn't quite so afraid anymore. I also appreciate the small batch size, for my small sized family.
received a free copy in exchange for my honest review
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the perfect guide! The first third of the book is a thorough explanation of all of the techniques, second are the ferments of vegetables from A-Z (THE VARIETY IS AMAZING! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Andrew L Tarr Jr
To do everything that I see in this book. Very informative and still reading before I get started.Published 9 days ago by Kimberly Tritt
Great for a beginner with step by step and practical explanations. Wonderful for more experienced fermenters with creative recipes and tips. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Boston
short on innovative recipes pertaining to the actual fermentation. some ideas/recipes on how to serve your fermented veggies, but thats not what i was looking for.Published 18 days ago by tj hooker
The authors clearly bring extensive experience to the task of educating the reader on the art of fermentation. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Anne Grantham Anderson