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Thanks for this link, I'm going to do this!!

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Petalia this looks fascinating. I have never fermented vegetables, even cabbage, and am keen to have a go but I wonder if the results are very sour - or even ordinary sour! On the whole I don't l lke vinegary things but I think I'm coming round to it. Thank you.

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2/14/12 1:39 P

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great link!!! thanks for sharing.

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2/14/12 1:08 P

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I love "The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen" blog. Today's entry is about how to ferment vegetables: www.nourishingmeals.com/2012/02/how-
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Our team has had a beet query recently. This site speaks about fermenting a mixture of beet-basil-dill-carrot-garlic. Wow!

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