You don't have to grow your peppers from seed, like Joe does, to make fermented chili paste (although it's awfully fun). Whether the ingredients come from your yard or your farmers market, this zesty condiment will spice up stir-frys, eggs & more.
This spicy fermented kimchi is culture rich both in history and ferment. Delicious crisp cabbage, daikon radish & korean chillies pack a punch while being mellow enough to not overwhelm. Pairs beautifully with bulgogi or served on a taco.
If you've had shawarma, you've probably had these. They're a great way to learn fermenting and use food waster (beet water) as a feature ingredient! Awesome in a sandwich, especially if it has hummus or other beans!
The vegetables you ferment don't need to be perfectly fresh from the garden or the farm stand! Prevent food waste by pickling the less-than-lovely veg from the bottom of the veggie drawer. I used this old kohlrabi and some mustard seed. Delish!
Habanero Sriracha has a wonderful fruity, floral, garlicky taste that is balanced in its flavor to heat ratio. After taking most of the seeds out, this hot sauce has plenty of kick and you can taste the uniquely Caribbean flavor of the peppers.