Fermented Vegetables: From Arugula Kimchi to Zucchini Curry, a Complete Guide to Fermenting More Than 80 Herbs and Vegetables
Even beginners can make their own fermented foods! This guide includes in-depth instruction for making kimchi, sauerkraut, and pickles and then offers more than 120 recipes, using the same basic methods, for fermenting 80 different vegetables and herbs. You'll discover how easy it is to make dozens of exciting dishes, including pickled Brussels sprouts, curried golden beet...more
I’ve made kombucha and kimchi in the past, and I now have carrots in brine as we speak. I can’t wait to try fermenting citrus, pastes, and hot sauces.
This is an excellent resource on g ...more
Ok... I have a confession to make. I love Storey books! I love, love, love them. I know, every time I get a book published by them, that it will be awesome (only ONE book so far, that I haven't liked, but that was the subject).
This book was no exception. Wonderfully detailed, step by step instructions and explanations of the why and hows of fermenting. Clear and inspiring pictures throughout the book. You just want to run out and g ...more
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The writing in this guide to fermentation is lucid, informative and very fun to read. The authors are well versed in their craft and write ckearly and in such a manner as to invite us along in their journey. I give massive props to the ebook designer(s). The recipe section begins with a beautiful photo of several fermented items followed by the clickable links to the recipes for those items. This is followed by another image and linked recipes and so on. Easy to use, ...more
I'm absolutely in love with this book! The collection of recipes are both old and familiar and new and exciting. I've read it twice from my library's kindle collection and still want to read or again and again. I'm buying it!
I love the authors wit and their dialog as they lead you through the process of fermenting each vegetable and the recipes that follow. My favorite line is, "Your kraut tamper will get a chance to moonlight as a muddler."
It's a great book all around, both as ...more
I got this kindle book thinking that it would not meet my expectations and I was damn right: it’s MUCH better than anything I could’ve expected. The authors style is fun and extremely informative, they ooze out as much passion about fermenting vegetables as fermented veggies exude brine! Tonnes of recipes and ideas, little anecdotes and stories. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and it’s now hands on time!!
Definitely helped me get ideas for the ferment jars. :) Nice reference.
At last! A book written about fermenting that really catches my eye. Not your boring recipes from old bygone books that your grandmother read. Fresh, sparkling recipes using a vast number of veggies. Extra refreshing as well as nutritious.
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