What do you do when you have carrots coming out of your ears?!
We like to make a Lactofermented Carrot Creation!
In our recent blog Episode 2 ReWilding Your Gut | Supporting Your Microbiome Through Wild Fermentation (Radish & Wild Onion Recipe), we shared how easy it is to make lacto-fermented vegetables at home by demonstrating a Radish and Wild Onion Recipe!
It's incredibly easy and carrots are even easier!
Lactofermentation is an easy place to start if you're new to the world of fermenting vegetables as it's as simple as adding salt to water and adding vegetables of your choosing!
In this vlog, Ini walks you through Step by Step in making a lactofermented carrot creation. We grew these carrots ourselves so it's quite special.
First off, wash the carrots thoroughly.
Make a brine solution. 3 tsp or a tablespoon of himalayan salt (or artisanal salt of your choice) in 1 quart of non-chlorinated water).
Chop carrots to the size you want and submerge them in the clean jar (in this case a quart mason jar).
All of the details are in the video or check out our previous blog. Fermenting vegetables in a salt brine is easy to do with a wide variety of vegetables.