Some may say we are home brew “heretics,” but I will defend us and say, “You’re Wrong!” We do break some rules—like using special sanitizers, and hops all the time, and a perfectly measured out sugar to wort ratio. Nope. We take it easy and relax when doing our home brewing! Don’t want to make […]
Nothing says self sufficiency like turning compost scraps into liquid gold! Find out how to take your apple peels and cores and ferment them to make homemade apple cider vinegar.
Right now my cherry tomato plants are exploding with fruit and I simply can’t keep up. This ferment is tangy, fizzy, full of flavour and loaded with healthy gut-supporting bacteria. It’s also a great way to use up extra tomatoes if you have them.
A requirement for fermentation is an anaerobic environment. Keeping your produce submerged in brine with fermentation weights is the way to achieve that.
Lots of green tomatoes? Fermentation is a great way to preserve the harvest and add probiotics to your diet. And making fermented green tomatoes is easy.
Good quality sour cream contains probiotic cultures; you can make your own sour cream so you can control the quality and save money.