Black garlic is unique! The extraordinary complex, sweet taste of black garlic is enticing. It's like having healthy sweets! But once you have got the taste of it, be aware, you will be irresistibly captured by the dark side. What is black garlic? Most black garlic is produced by … [Read more...] about Black Garlic • Get Enticed By The Dark Side of Garlic
These articles guide you through the process of preparing fermented vegetables at home. There are mostly simple recipes but also a few more advanced ones. Learn about the amazing fermentation process in this post.
Many ask about how to make superb fermented garlic.
Lacto fermentation is a natural, biological, and amazing process involving beneficial microorganisms. The bacteria change the make-up of food products creating lactic acid which makes food more acidic. Bacteria also increase the nutritional value of fermented food. When food is fermented it … [Read more...] about Lacto Fermentation at Home • Friendly Bacteria at Your Service
Fermented garlic has a unique taste and amazing properties. In fact, many have found it addictive and have asked me how to prepare it at home. So if you're a garlic lover, please read on. Some people ferment garlic together with other vegetables. In such cases, the garlic taste … [Read more...] about Fermented Garlic • Delicious Powerhouse of Nutrition
Fermenting vegetables in a warm climate can be a challenge. Some have reported problems with mold and mushy veggies and ask what could be done. Even though a warm climate presents challenges, it's still possible to produce great fermented vegetables. However, you might need to experiment to see … [Read more...] about Fermenting Vegetables In Warm Climate • How To Succeed
Fermenting vegetables with a starter culture makes things easier. Here I used Mercola Kinetic Culture, which I think it is among the best. A good starter greatly simplify the process. Ferment with a starter Kinetic Culture is for fermenting vegetables. So if you are preparing yogurt or kefir, … [Read more...] about Fermenting Vegetables With Starter • 5 Simple Steps to Succeed