Satiate your craving for that creamy sourness by fermenting a batch of this non-dairy alternative using cashews.
Ditch the processed sugars typically found in sweet relish and make your own at home with cucumber, whey, raw apple cider and raw honey.
Incorporate fermented foods into your family’s meals with this popular condiment. This recipe even tells how to ferment store-bought sauces.
Pick from two different ways of fermenting vegetables: lactic acid or saltwater. This recipe works on anything from hard vegetables to leafy greens.
Combine Korean chili pepper flakes with lemons and salt to create a side dish with a fruity, complex heat.
Harvest fresh herbs from your garden at the height of the season and give bottles of herbed vinegar away as gifts throughout the year.
Enjoy the bold chile flavor in this paste without scorching the palate. Though milder, hot pepper fans
Team flavorful Korean chili flakes with sweet-tart kumquats to produce a cabbage-based kimchi with an unexpected twist.
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