Wardeh’s book The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fermenting Foods is an excellent beginner’s guide to fermentation. I’ve been searching for exactly this book and I was so pleased Wardeh could provide me with a copy. This is just the first recipe among multitudes that I’ll be trying from the book. I’m super excited about the homemade tempeh recipe and can’t wait to get my order of tempeh starter in the mail to try it out. Sauerkraut is a bit of a family tradition (my grandparents came over from Germany in their youth and were big fans of home-fermented kraut in a giant barrel). So I’m super excited to try my hand at this barrel-free version.
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Wow. So simple! And so delicious. I absolutely love this saurkraut and I can’t believe how easy it was to make. Set it and forget it. It was a great topping at our hot dog party. I had mine on LightLife Smart Dogs with caramelized onions and a bit of mustard.
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