Simple DIY Ferments that Prove Homemade is Always Better
Fermentation has given us some of the food world’s most treasured delights, and with DIY Fermentation, making delicious probiotic foods in your own kitchen has never been easier. Accessible overviews of fundamental fermentation techniques and step-by-step recipes provide the basic skills you will turn to again and again as you experiment with nourishing ferments at home. Work your way through a wide range of do-it-yourself fermentation projects with:
• 100+ recipes to make your own sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, kefir, yogurt, vinegar, kombucha, hard apple cider, and more
• Recipes ranging from beginner to advanced to put your skills to the test
• Detailed troubleshooting guides to ensure fermentation success
• Insider tips and anecdotes from fermentation experts
• Step-by-step illustrations to stay on track
• A bonus chapter integrating homemade ferments into everyday cooking
Enjoy all the health benefits and delicious flavors of naturally fermented vegetables, fruits, dairy, beverages, breads, condiments, and much more with this invaluable guide to unleash your inner DIYer and master your fermentation skills.
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Since starting out on a Health & Wellness journey last year I have been looking at all the ways to eat clean and remove processed foods from my daily life. Fermentation has been something that keeps popping up in my search. It is super beneficial to improving the healthy bacterias in our gut which help us live a healthier life. Fermentation is having foods with living bacteria in them but they are the healthy ones.
I love this book because it really broken down what fermentation is and why we should be doing it along with how to safely ferment foods that we can get at our local farmers market or grow ourselves. I am looking forward to fermenting some of our veggies from our garden this year.
There are so many great recipes and each are label for the beginner or advanced cooks. This book also tells you want kind of jars and equipment you will need. I like that for the most part you can use things that are already in your kitchen. I am slowly taking my time to get into this as the weather has gotten really warm and we don't have central air. I will get into it more in the later part of summer. I am really looking forward to making my own kefir and yogurt. I did not know that you can ferment fruits and the kids and I have chosen some great recipes to try out.
The recipes are written well so that they are simple to follow and easy to achieve great results from them. I also love that they include tips at the end of some recipes.
This is a great DIY Fermentation book for both beginners and experienced cooks. If you are looking to learn about Fermentation this is a great place to start.
~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~