Fermented Vegetables (Probiotics)


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Fermented Vegetables –  PROBIOTICS:

I saved my cabbage and beets and parsley from my garden before 
the cold snap hit, and added carrots, garlic, himalayan salt celery (juice).

I used Dr. Mercola’s Vit K2 starter to produce huge amounts of Vit K2. 

My finished vegetables were 
A) Caraway – Dill ;
B) Firefly Kimchi – Tumeric, chipolte chilli, dill
C) Plain

Pictures on my first fermented vegetables


References – How to make Cultured Vegetables

How To Ferment Vegetables: Make Your Own Health-Promoting Superfood – By Ken Silvers

5 Easy Steps to Create Your Own Fermented Foods at Home” – Mercola 

Fermenting Foods—One of the Easiest and Most Creative Aspects
of Making Food from Scratch
Sandor Ellix Katz & Mercola

http://www.wildfermentation.com – Sandor Ellix Katz
(Sandor Ellix Katz is the guru on fermentation)