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5/8/11 5:03 A

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Oh, so many ferments, so little time!

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5/7/11 9:01 P

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After a one month ferment, homemade kimchi rocks!

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4/29/11 8:47 P

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I know!!!! It does sound great! I have some beets growing in my garden this year and can't wait! A friend gave me some seeds for candy cane beets. they look so cool in the pictures; can't wait to see them in person!

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4/29/11 8:38 P

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That sounds amazing.. I am drooling!!!!

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4/29/11 6:18 P

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Here's a new one to me: Brine-pickled Beets with Ginger and Orange from the Nourished Kitchen website, here: nourishedkitchen.com/fermented-beets
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3/4/11 12:04 A

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I tried my ginger carrots on top of my steak tonight and it was YUMMY!

Here is something else I do with my kraut... add it to my canned tuna or cold shredded chicken with some mayonnaise and eat it on top of a big salad (I am sure on a sandwich or a wrap it would be good, but I don't eat much bread anymore due to being gluten free). I have a sweet kraut that taste really good like this and have a drizzle of some raspberry balsamic vinaigrette.

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3/1/11 4:02 P

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I just finished up a batch of ginger carrots. My first time doing it. I think it will taste really great with some beef. I think next time I make it, however, I will not grate the carrots and will add less ginger.

And I got some beets that I will be starting up this week too.

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3/1/11 3:39 P

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I am fermenting grated beet roots for use in borscht from the Wild Fermentation book, they are turning out awesome.

I am also fermenting carrots in a lacto ferment (ginger root) as well, I just keep adding more carrots to it as hubby keeps eating them, but that's the point right?

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3/1/11 12:56 P

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Here is another discussion on vegetables members were planning to ferment from their gardens.

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3/1/11 12:41 P

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Okay, so I messed up on making the brussel sprouts, but the recipe still works. Just don't make the same mistake that I did.... use the correct salt!

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3/1/11 12:29 P

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Here is a previous discussion on tips and ideas for fermenting different vegetables. Please feel free to share your favorite recipes here.

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