Chutney is a fast-fermenting condiment, usually a combination of spicy, savory, and sweet. Use it on meats, stirred into yogurt, or as part of a homemade salad dressing Here are 2 strawbery recipes-- one with jalapeños and one with ginger.
Traditionally, horseradish is grated then vinegar is added to preserve the pungency. Rather than vinegar, however, why not try lacto-fermentation instead? You gain all the nutritive and probiotic benefits, as well as a mellower, more complex flavor.
Fermented fruit sodas are so fun to make, simple, and delicious. The blackberries we gathered have a lot of flavor, but are really not very sweet– so turning them into fermented blackberry soda is a great option.
The recipe calls for fennel bulb (not seeds, although we do add classic spices– caraway seeds and juniper berries) to provide a slightly sweet counterpoint to the sourness, and fresh ginger gives it a boost of fresh flavor.
Winter squash is wonderful roasted, fun to eat raw but even better when made probiotic and pickled through fermentation. A quick ferment, this adds complexity to cooked dishes and pickle platters alike.