Carrots are possibly the easiest vegetable to prepare for fermenting, and is great place for beginners to get their feet wet. Whether prepared as sticks or shredded (recipe here), it's an easy ferment to put together, and is ready to eat in a week or so! One of the lovely things about fermenting vegetables is that any herb that is good with the vegetable when cooked or raw is also good with it when fermented. Dill or ginger are also good with carrot sticks. Carrots are even amazing without any herbs at all!
Carrots sliced lengthwise into quarters, trimmed to length desired
A sprig of fresh chocolate mint (or sprig of dill or small slice of ginger [powerful and goes a long way])
Jar: 1.5 Liter Jar (Or double the recipe in a 3 Liter Jar)
Ferment: 7-9 days
We try to keep carrot sticks in the refrigerator for the kids, all the time. A healthy snack that curbs an appetite for sugar is always welcome at our house!
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Carrots (Grated) with Chocolate Mint
Carrots & Beets with Rosemary & Thyme
Carrot Sticks (Herbed or Plain)
Carrot (Grated) with Chocolate
Carrots, Leeks, Ginger & Dill
Dill Pickles (Traditional)
Garden Medley Kvass
Ginger, Shaved & Pickled
Ginger, Beet & Kale Kvass
Ginger Bug (Starter)
Salsa ~ Chunky Tomato
Tonic ~ Cold, Sinus & Flu
The success of every recipe shared on this site is dependent on the proper application of anaerobic pickling techniques. These recipes are designed specifically to work in The Probiotic Jar. Please follow the instructions in the Quick Start Guide when creating these recipes.