Here’s how my fermented cabbage, carrots, garlic and onion looked yesterday. You can learn more about fermenting in this post.
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9 thoughts on “Review with Fermented Cabbage”
I am reading a funny story about a very secular Jewish woman whose children are slowly getting religious to her horror!
Thanks for the link.
I am amused (by the horrified woman).
It was a funny book; not very profound but funny.
Shabbat Shalom U’Mevorach to you and your family!
Shabbat Shalom to you, too!
That looks good. I’ve never tried fermenting (with the exception of my fermented brain).
I want to try making sourdough (again). That is a kind of fermenting. It turns out my father can tolerate sourdough bread more than the commercial yeast breads.
I also want to learn to pickle. That gets my middle son excited.
Great photo…and I am anxious to hear how the final result tastes.
I read Gertruda’s Oath, and found it to be quite the inspiring memoir.
Thank you for the link.
Only just seen this. Thanks for the link.