Fermenting your veges

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Fermenting your veges

Postby Bill O » Tue Nov 20, 2012 6:03 pm

I've got a little vegetable patch and so from time to time I tend to have an excess of one particular thing.

Just recently its beetroots – I thought I'd try the ancient art of fermenting a few of them for something different, using a few kefir grains to get it started.

Well it worked, but the result is fairly tasteless.

Does anyone else ferment vegetables at all? Do you have any favorite recipes to improve the taste at all?
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Re: Fermenting your veges

Postby hoddo » Tue Nov 20, 2012 7:12 pm

after fermenting a bathtub of potatoes, I usually go with a big glass and lots of ice but also good with a dash of orange juice. Cola is an option for the kids
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Re: Fermenting your veges

Postby Pam » Wed Nov 21, 2012 5:43 am

hoddo wrote:after fermenting a bathtub of potatoes, I usually go with a big glass and lots of ice but also good with a dash of orange juice. Cola is an option for the kids


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