Black garlic is awesome! The extraordinary complex, sweet and unique taste of black garlic is very enticing. It's like having healthy sweets! But once you have got the taste of it, be aware, you will be irresistibly drawn to the dark side of garlic. What is black garlic? Most black garlic is … [Read more...] about Black Garlic • Enticed By The Dark Side
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 process caused by beneficial microorganisms. Good bacteria cause a change in the make-up of food products, creating lactic acid lowering the pH (makes it acidic) and greatly increases the nutritional value of fermented food. Fermented foods are much … [Read more...] about Lacto Fermentation • Friendly Bacteria at Your Service
Fermented garlic has a unique taste and amazing properties. The taste and texture of fermented garlic makes it very addictive. Many people have great interest in fermented garlic and I get many questions on how to prepare it. So if you're a garlic lover, please read on. If you enjoy fresh … [Read more...] about Fermented Garlic • Delicious Powerhouse of Nutrition
To ferment vegetables in a warm climate can be a challenge. Some people have reported problems with mould and mushy veggies and wonder what could be done. Even though a hot climate presents challenges but it's still possible to produce great fermented vegetables. But you might need to experiment a … [Read more...] about Fermenting Vegetables In a Warm Climate
Fermenting vegetables with a starter is best. And using Mercola Kinetic Culture turned out really well. I've tried many culture starters before, but Mercola Kinetic Culture is definitely one of the best. This recipe is an example on how fermenting vegetables can be very simple and successful when … [Read more...] about Fermenting Vegetables With Starter • 5 Simple Steps to Succeed