How to Make Fermented Carrots
Hi Sweet Friends,
Today, I am sharing how to make fermented carrots, a wonderful probiotic-rich food. Probiotics are “good” bacteria that promote good gut health, which is something most of us could improve given the standard American diet of processed foods!
These fermented carrots are very easy to make and can literally be prepared in minutes. All you have to do is slice the carrots and put them into a quart size jar, add some sea salt, cover the carrots with filtered water, and weigh them down.
Plus, in this How to Make Fermented Carrots – A Probiotic Rich Food for Gut Health video, I share a “special ingredient” for adding to the fermented carrots to keep them crispy! So be sure to watch!
Next, all you have to do is put the lid on the jar and leave the carrots in a warm place for a few days. After a few days, check and see if you like the taste and then you’re done. Just refrigerate!
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