Around this time of year we get the itch to ferment everything we can, from veggies and sourdough bread, to drinks, and even honey. Fermented foods are good for supporting gut flora and improving the immune system. We have been busy in the kitchen whipping up all sorts of goodies.
I had half of a Napa cabbage left from my harvest a few days ago that didn’t get used so I decided to make a jar of kraut. It’s been far tooooo long since I fermented veggies. My body is craving it. It’s gonna be a long wait. I think tomorrow I’ll go harvest some more and put our big crock to good use.
Our Elderberry and Herb infused honey has finished fermenting and crystallized. It’s time to lightly heat it up in a double boiler (just enough to loosen it up but not enough to cook off the beneficial goodies) then strain it and it will then be ready to use! Delicious and medicinal.
And to leave you off with quite the laugh.... I present to you our blooper!!! Bahaha! Whoopsy! I didn’t expect this to happen. Check out what happened while we tried to shoot a short video on our probiotic beverage.
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