Posted on November 14, 2016October 5, 2018 by Krystal Smith — 7 CommentsWhat are fermented foods? Share this:EmailTweetLike this:Like Loading... Post navigationPrevious post: Canning: Chicken StockNext post: 7 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar 7 thoughts on “What are fermented foods?” Fermented Veggies – Oh, sure I can November 15, 2016 […] ferment some sh!t up shall we! If you haven’t already read my post on fermentation I suggest you take a gander. Fermented foods are simply amazing for your gut and over all well […] Loading... Reply Kombucha Series 1: WTF is Kombucha – Oh, Sure I Can March 23, 2017 […] So even if you don’t pump yourself up with probiotics and fun stuff like, Kombucha, Kefir, fermented veggies and yogurt you are still getting some by just breathing. By helping the good bacteria multiply by […] Loading... Reply Blaukraut – Oh, Sure I Can April 14, 2017 […] you are interested in more information on fermentation read here. And for another recipe read […] Loading... Reply Simple Beet Kraut – Oh, Sure I Can May 30, 2017 […] word ferment, scares people. But it shouldn’t. Read here to see why. We are going to get on with this simple beet kraut that is quite […] Loading... Reply Sauerkraut – Oh Sure I Can Homestead April 26, 2018 […] have not already checked out why you should eat fermented foods, like ALL.DAY.LONG. Check out this post. Sauerkraut gets a bad rep, most people think it just goes on hot dogs and it’s gross. But […] Loading... Reply Blaukraut Recipe (AKA German Red Cabbage) | Oh Sure I Can Homestead September 14, 2018 […] you are interested in more information on fermentation read my post “What is fermentation?” And I have another fermented veggie recipe for […] Loading... Reply Simple Beet Kraut - Oh Sure I Can Homestead October 5, 2018 […] Reading: What is fermentation, sauerkraut, Kombucha, […] Loading... Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.