Lacto-fermentation is a great way to add probiotics to your diet and to help improve your gut health. Once you start this journey, you’ll find that lots and lots of foods can be fermented from meats and dairy, to fruits and veggies.
Learning And Yearning’s Top 10 posts on lacto-fermentation focus on vegetables. The first post below is a great place to start if fermentation is new to you.
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Summer isn’t summer without lemonade. This Bubbly Probiotic Lemonade takes this popular beverage to a new level!
Garlic becomes mellow when it’s fermented. Add it to salad dressing for a probiotic boost: Making Fermented Garlic and Ways to Use It
An airlock will help to reduce spoilage when fermenting. Here’s how to make your own: DIY Airlock for Fermentation
Oh, and don’t forget those store bought condiments. They can be fermented too! How to Ferment Store-Bought Condiments
True yummyness: Fermented Grape Tomatoes
Another great garden ferment: Lacto-Fermented Zucchini Sticks
Mustard is easy to make; while you’re at it, ferment it! Homemade Probiotic Honey Mustard
A little horseradish root, a little whey, and you’re on your way to probiotic goodness! Homemade Lacto-fermented Horseradish
This one is based on a recipe my mom made when we were kids. Fermenting it only makes it better! Lacto-fermented Cranberry Apple Relish
Do you have a favorite fermentation recipe? Include it (or the link) in the comments below.
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