Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Beyond marmalade, glorious winter oranges can be fermented for various condiments and DIY beauty, cleaning and kitchen uses.
Fresh Hatch green chilies and peaches are in season so the salsa was going to be sweet and hot.
Making living whey based fermented foods is a great way to get probiotics and strengthen your immune system, but in the case of salsa, it usually gets eaten so fast around here that there is not always time for it to ferment.
Why not try a probiotic spin on America’s favorite condiment? Fermenting salsa gives it a tangy taste and a bubbly mouth feel, and it's good for your gut!
Lacto-fermented salsa is one of the simplest ways for beginners to play with cultured and fermented foods. Use fresh or canned tomatoes to tickle your belly and tongue in a good way!