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Using Fermented Foods?, Here Its Tips

Have you at any point had a go at maturing your nourishment? Aging is really a simple and profoundly helpful process. Matured nourishments are an awesome and nutritious expansion to your eating routine; they are rich in great microscopic organisms, otherwise called probiotics.

In case you’re similar to a great many people, odds are you’re reluctant to attempt matured sustenances. It might be on the grounds that you’re not a cooking master or in light of the fact that you are anxious about the possibility that that you won’t care for the essence of the completed item. For some individuals, the last is the more typical issue. This is on account of most matured sustenances, as natto, kefir, and kimchi, taste interesting.

If you’re worried that you will end up with a weird tasting food, here’s a tip: try making fermented fruits and vegetables first. Fermented fruits and vegetables are just as loaded with probiotics as other fermented foods, but are easier on a person’s palate.

You can ferment different types of fruits and vegetables. Some examples are pickled cucumbers and pickled mangoes. You can also make sauerkraut, a fermented food made from shredded cabbage and other spices.

The wonderful thing about fermented fruits and vegetables is that you do not have to eat them on their own – you can use them in various ways. Here are some ideas you can try:

  • Serve them as a side dish. A small serving of fermented vegetables or fruit will add a wonderful contrast to your meal. They also help you feel full quicker, so you will not end up overeating. Try serving fermented carrots with your favorite steak or meat dish.
  • Add them to your smoothies. You can even add the juice (the liquid where the fruit or vegetable is fermented) to the smoothie.
  • Mix them in your green salads. Got some leftover pickled fruit? Chop it up and sprinkle it all over your green salad for a healthy and yummy twist. You can even add fermented fruits and vegetables to other types of salads, like green salads, bean salads, egg salads, and potato salads.
  • Use them as a topping for your sweet desserts. Does your ice cream look and taste plain and boring? Spice it up with some fermented fruits, like pickled cherries or peaches.
  • Use fermented vegetables to spice up your favorite wrap or sandwich. One great idea is to add sauerkraut to your meat sandwich – the crunchy texture will definitely delight you.
  • Add it to your favorite dip. Your regular sour cream dip or guacamole will taste a lot better if you add some pickled pepper in it. Serve the dip with a healthy plate of carrot and celery sticks – a great snack for the weight-conscious!
  • Flavor your favorite marinade, soup, or sauces with the fermented vegetable or fruit juice. Just like the fruit or vegetable itself, the juice also contains a good amount of probiotics. Don’t waste it! Add a little amount when making soup, sauces, or barbecue marinade.

Fermentation is a great addition to your healthy lifestyle. Start fermenting vegetables and fruits, and try these creative ways to use them. You and your family will definitely benefit from it.