diy

Bright red radishes and orange carrots make this a beautiful counterpoint to just about any meal.Read more
In this unconventional kimchi, squash is served up al dente; its sweetness is accentuated by the brine and chiles.Read more
A pungent, flavorful and spicy fermented cabbage blend, kimchee can be used as a condiment or served as a side dish.Read more
Kale chips are a fun way to eat more leafy greens. Change them up with a dash of cayenne or your favorite spice rub.Read more
Infusing beverages is kind of like modern art. It involves minimal rules, maximum guesswork, and a splash of spontaneity.Read more
Sure, freezing foods isn’t as sexy as canning or as hip as fermenting. But it's a practical way to preserve fresh produce.Read more
Fermenting pickles isn’t tough and doesn’t require much equipment. You probably already have all the equipment you need!Read more
Make these pickles from any sturdy veggies on hand for a zesty accompaniment to grilled meats, burgers, chili and stews.Read more
This fiery Tunisian hot sauce is traditionally served with couscous but also complements tofu, steak, beans and soups.Read more
Quick pickling is a fast and easy way to preserve those fresh garden veggies. It's science meets cool foodie niche.Read more

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