Find a place for this Puerto Rican staple in your hot sauce repertoire using gentleman peppers or any small red chiles.
Create this popular Asian hot sauce in your own kitchen using red jalapenos, sugar, vinegar, the sun, and a little bit of time.
Learn about the importance of hot chiles across the world and how and what makes them and the cuisines they influence distinct.
Try this simple fermentation with jalapeno chiles to create a spicy, flavorful base for other types of hot sauces.
Stave off scurvy with this vitamin C-rich chile pepper preservation method that employs dry or sweet sherry to create a flavorful sauce.
Give that avocado you’ve been eyeing a different fate by using it in this dip that will be right at home next to curries and spicy dishes.
Use kauli ra khursani (cauliflower and green chilies) to make a sharp Nepali achar (pickle) that tastes best when fermented in the sun.
School’s back in, so that means its peanut butter and jelly time! Revamp a lunchbox classic with this fermented variation for added nutrition and flavor.
Discover how easy crafting your own money-saving fermented masterpieces can be.
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