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Fermentation Day - Half-Assed Holiday was honored by the boots at Wheaton Labs on January 5th. They made:

 - water keifer
 - kim chi
 - miso
 - kraut
 - sourdough
 - keifer



Dez, as he is everyday, is …… grateful for fermentation day.. I learned how to make sauerkraut..





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If Fermentation Day strikes your fancy, there's an entire forum dedicated to fermentation, right here: Fermentation Forums at Permies.


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Cool! Kim chi, kraut, sourdough and miso are all things I like.
 
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I’ve been making beet ginger sauerkraut, and it’s really delicious! There’s probably three times as much cabbage as beets, but due to the strong magic of beets the whole thing ends up very deep red pink. Adding cardamom seeds gives it a really nice flavor, at least in the bites with the cardamom seeds in them. I used a fine grater for the ginger, and even after fermentation there’s some bite to it. Overall a really nice ferment!
 
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