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Tips for Fermenting at Home

Fermented Foods

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  • Fermented foods provide your body with beneficial microbes, counteract inflammation, and control the growth of disease-causing bacteria
  • You don’t need expensive equipment; wide-mouth Mason jars are ideal for fermenting vegetables
  • Choose your veggies, make your brine, and pack your jars… then wait for the vegetables to “ripen” in a few days’ time

By Dr. Mercola

Long before the beneficial bacteria known as probiotics hit store shelves, cultures around the globe have been enjoying the benefits of a microbe-rich diet courtesy of fermented foods.

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