NORWAY & SWEDEN
Louise Langhoff Koch
+45 2265 5368
SØREN EJLERSEN, DITTE INGEMANN & SHANE PETERSON
Fermentation is HOT! Fermented food is packed with beneficial bacteriaand natural wonders. We have all learned that yogurt benefits the stomach, but this is even better!
Kraut, kimchi, and kombucha are all very easy forms of preservation. Chop, mix, screw on the lid, and voila! - let it work for a couple of days with minimum disruption along the way. It’s also a delicious and tasty delicacy for dinner, weekend lunch - or maybe brunch.
And on top of that it is beneficial to your health. It has natural probiotics, or foods filled with good, healthy bacteria. During fermentation, a process occurs which promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria including lactic acid bacteria that can stabilize digestion and strengthen the immune system.
The book features 35 easy recipes for fermentating vegetables and fruits, including cabbage, carrots, beetroot, lettuce, apples, lemons, watermelon, and berries, etc. In addition, the book offers step by step instructions in preparation and care.