This recipe is adapted from Linda Cox of Bread to Perfection in North Canton, OH. Used by permission. Thank you, Linda!
25 g ginger ~ chopped into 1" pieces
250 g fresh cabbage ~ finely shredded
100 g coarsely chopped Kale
500 g cubed beets
Jar: 3 Liter Jar
Ferment: 7-9 days
This recipe looks so good! I can't wait for these vegetables to be in season in Alaska so that I can try it! The Stopper can be used in place of the Airlock to create a little fizz. Pressure is known to harm LAB and slow their production, so determine whether or not an optimized ferment is needed, and if willing, trade in nutritional perfection for a little fizz!
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