Fermented Vegetables

Author: Kirsten K. Shockey
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 9781612124261
Size: 19.64 MB
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Even beginners can make their own fermented foods! This easy-to-follow comprehensive guide presents more than 120 recipes for fermenting 64 different vegetables and herbs. Learn the basics of making kimchi, sauerkraut, and pickles, and then refine your technique as you expand your repertoire to include curried golden beets, pickled green coriander, and carrot kraut. With a variety of creative and healthy recipes, many of which can be made in batches as small as one pint, you’ll enjoy this fun and delicious way to preserve and eat your vegetables.

Fermented Vegetables

Author: Amanda Hopkins
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781537872131
Size: 19.39 MB
Format: PDF
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If you’re wondering why ferment vegetables, the answer is simple - better health from head to toe. Eating fermented vegetables can help with weight loss, better gut health, easier digestion, and improved mood. One of the most important ingredients in fermented vegetables are probiotics. These probiotics plant beneficial bacteria into the digestive system and keep everything balanced internally. Fermented Vegetables: Easy & Delicious Fermented Vegetable Recipes for Better Digestion and Health will make it easy for you to make and enjoy fermented foods at home. By reading this book you’ll learn: • The benefits of eating fermented vegetables • A step-by-step guide to fermenting vegetables • How to make sauerkraut, kimchi, fermented pickles and salsa at home • Easy recipes made of fermented vegetables The fermentation process is neither expensive nor time consuming. Knowing how to ferment vegetables on your own can open up a new world of possibilities for you and your kitchen. Download Fermented Vegetables today!

Fermented Vegetables

Author: Jennifer H. Smith
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 154244005X
Size: 15.30 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Fermentation for Beginners We all know how delicious and aromatic fermented foods are. Fermentation saves the natural taste, aromas, and color of veggies while preserving their nutrients. The boost it gives to the good bacteria present in the veggies can give you healthier-looking skin, clear-up leaky gut, and help with weight loss. One of the most important ingredients in fermented vegetables are probiotics. These probiotics plant beneficial bacteria into the digestive system and keep everything internally balanced. This book will make it easy for you to make and enjoy fermented foods at home. By reading this book you'll learn: * the benefits of eating fermented vegetables; * a step-by-step guide to fermenting vegetables; * how to make sauerkraut, kimchi, fermented pickles and salsa at home; and * delicious recipes made with fermented vegetables. Fermenting your veggies can seem so simple and fun with this guide that you may want to add your own little twist to the recipes. Order Fermented Vegetables now! ---- TAGS: fermented vegetables, fermented vegetables creative recipes, fermented foods for health, fermentation for beginners, sauerkraut recipes, kimchi recipes, pickle recipes, fermented vegetable recipes, salsa recipes, vegetable fermented

Himalayan Fermented Foods

Author: Jyoti Prakash Tamang
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420093258
Size: 14.19 MB
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The magnificent Himalayan Mountains, the highest in the world and home to the famed Mount Everest and K2, are also imbued with a rich diversity of ethnic fermented foods. Dr. Jyoti Prakash Tamang, one of the leading authorities on food microbiology, has studied Himalayan fermented foods and beverages for the last twenty-two years. His comprehensive volume, Himalayan Fermented Foods: Microbiology, Nutrition, and Ethnic Values catalogs the great variety of common as well as lesser-known fermented foods and beverages in the Himalayan region. This volume begins with an introduction to the Himalayas and the Himalayan food culture. Using a consistent format throughout the book, Dr. Tamang discusses fermented vegetables, legumes, milk, cereals, fish and meat products, and alcoholic beverages. Each chapter explores indigenous knowledge of preparation, culinary practices, and microorganisms for each product. Additional information on microbiology and nutritive value supplements each section, and discussions on ethnic food history and values as well as future prospects for these foods complete the coverage. Dr. Tamang demonstrates that fermentation remains an effective, inexpensive method for extending the shelf life of foods and increasing their nutritional content through probiotic function, and therefore remains a valuable practice for developing countries and rural communities with limited facilities.

Fermented Foods Part I

Author: Didier Montet
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781498740814
Size: 17.39 MB
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Traditional fermented foods are not only the staple food for most of developing countries but also the key healthy food for developed countries. As the healthy functions of these foods are gradually discovered, more high throughput biotechnologies are being used to promote the fermented food industries. As a result, the microorganisms, process biochemistry, manufacturing, and down-streaming processing, as well as the bioactive metabolites released by the fermenting organisms and, above all, the healthy functions of these foods were extensively researched. The application and progress of biotechnology and biochemistry of traditional fermented food systems are different from each other, as the microorganisms and the food matrices vary widely. Part I (Biochemistry and Biotechnology) of this book (Fermented Foods) discusses the general aspects of biochemistry and biotechnological application of fermented foods involving acetic acid bacteria, lactic acid bacteria, ethanolic yeasts, and fungi in accelerating the many and variable functional factors in the fermented foods as well as metagenomics of fermented foods. The detailed technological interventions involved in different categories of fermented foods such as fermented cereals (bread and sourdough), fermented milk products (yogurt, cheese), fermented sausages, fermented vegetables (kimchi, sauerkraut), fermented legumes (tempeh, natto) and coffee and cocoa fermentations, and fermented beverages (animal- and plant-based) with their potential and actual health benefits, are discussed in Part II (Fermented Foods: Technological Interventions).