Homemade Fermented Veggies

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Homemade Fermented Veggies:

This Homemade Fermented Veggies recipe is by my friend Kelcie Yeo. She has one of my favorite recipe blogs “Kelcie’s Kreations” that you can find here

Fermented Veggies Ingredients:

1 head of cabbage

3 bell peppers

1 clove of garlic

½ red onion

2 tbsp of pink salt

16 oz cultured whey (or 4 oz of apple cider vinegar)

16 oz spring (or filtered water)

Servings:  About a gallon of fermented veggies

Fermented Veggies Instructions:

Step #1:  Gather all the ingredients

Step #2:  Chop bell peppers and onions, shred cabbage and mince garlic.

Step #3:  Rub your salt into the vegetables and let them sit in a large bowl for 6 hours to help draw out the juices.

Step #4:  Pack the vegetables and their juices into mason jar and pour cultured whey or apple cider vinegar over the top.  If the vegetables are not completely submerged add water.

Step #5:  Screw on a plastic lid and let it sit for 24 hours on the counter.  Every 12 hours “burp” your jar for one week.  After the first week, let it sit for another 2-3 weeks always making sure liquid is covering your vegetables.

If you are using apple cider vinegar.  Make up the remaining fluid with water.  So 4 oz of apple cider vinegar and 24oz of water would be the equivalent.

Dr Jockers Comments:

This is a great recipe that can be altered depending upon what vegetables you want to use.  A vegetable blend is great because each veggie has its own unique characteristics and nutrients.  When fermented these nutrients synergize and get to their peak level of nutritional potential.

This is an amazing way of adding highly bioavailable nutrition, enzymes and probiotics for optimal digestion.  I personally consume small amounts of fermented veggies almost every day.  It improves my bodies ability to digest and assimilate the nutrients in all the rest of the foods I am consuming throughout the day.  Give it a shot yourself.

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Dr. Jockers

Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine, functional nutritionist and corrective care chiropractor. He currently owns and operates Exodus Health Center in Kennesaw, Georgia. He has developed 6 revolutionary online programs with thousands of participants.

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    1. Hey Cheryl, yes you would put them in the fridge after the fermentation is finished. How long they last will depend on how well they are made. They can mold if not made properly so just be keen on any unexplained growths or smells.

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