Oh Lardy’s Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables
- Curious about fermentation but have been nervous to try it yourself?
- Wanting to help your digestion and support your immune system?
- Interested in the benefits of eating fermented foods?
- Wanting to get more probiotics in your family's diet?
- Interested in learning how to ferment fruits and vegetables at home?
- Curious about the role gut bacteria play in your digestive system?
We are so excited to announce that Oh Lardy's Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables is here!!! This book will answer all of those questions and so much more!
Fermenting foods is certainly not a new fad. Cultures have been fermenting foods for years and years as a preservation method.
But more than just preserving, fermented foods are incredible for your gut health. Millions of healthy bacteria present in fermented foods can aid in gut healing and support a healthy immune system.
We make fermenting foods in your own home easy! With the technique, know how, and a bunch of recipes, you will be on your way to fermenting your own foods in no time!
This book will teach you all the tips, tricks, techniques, history and more of making fermented foods easily, safely and so your whole family will enjoy them!!
In This PDF E-book, You Will Learn…
- The importance of the roles gut bacteria play in your digestive tract.
- The basics of the process of fermentation, how it happens and why.
- The benefits of consuming fermented foods (there are so many!!)
- What materials you need to ferment foods at home to get you on your way to becoming a confident fermenter.
- How you know when you food is fermented and other frequently asked questions.
- How to make almost 40 different recipes easily in your own kitchen; recipes your whole family will love!
- and more!
Fermented fruits and vegetables, such as mushrooms, garlic, asparagus, eight different types of sauerkraut, several fermented drinks, dozens of different dips, condiments and drinks, fermented fruit and so much more!
This is a digital e-book, not a print book. This e-book can be downloaded and read on your iPad, Kindle, smart phone, computer…almost any device! You can read this e-book anytime, anywhere.
What People Are Saying:
“As a Nutritional Therapist, fermented foods are key to helping my clients restore digestive wellness. Tamara and Kelly have put together a beautiful e-book with easy to understand instructions and recipes, including lots of kid-friendly recipes. I consider this wonderful book my new go-to resource for my clients to help them start learning to ferment their own foods at home.” – Craig Fear, Fearless Eating
“I got my feet wet awhile back with Kombucha, Kefir and sourdough. Now I am ready to dig into the fermentation of fruits and
veggies and I am beyond thrilled to discover this book. The instructions are clear and detailed and the recipes look amazing. No doubt it will guide me step by step into territory unknown and I will be swimming in kraut, dilly carrots, and fermented juices. Thanks for this great resource!” – Tiffany Washko, Nature Moms
“Despite being an advocate of real food for many years, the fermentation process has always seemed so mysterious to me. I almost hate to admit how totally clueless I've been about the whole thing. Luckily, that's all changed with this book. Not only do Kelly and Tamara provide the tools and tips necessary for anyone to feel confident and capable of successful and yummy ferments, but I am thrilled to learn just how many different recipes and options are available. I can't wait to try the fermented blueberries! Get this book. You won't be disappointed.” – Robin Konie, Thank Your Body
“Oh Lardy's Guide to Fermenting Fruits & Vegetables is the perfect resource for getting started with home fermentation. Tamara and Kelly answer any questions or hesitations you may have, and explain and simplify the process to make it really do-able. I love their ideas for using ferments, and think this guide will be a spring-board for a full-on home fermentation obsession.” – Ariana, And Here We Are
“I'm new to fermenting and haven't ventured past basic cucumber and kombucha ferments. Oh Lardy's Guide to Fermenting took the mystery out of fermenting and has made me excited to try new ferments in my kitchen.” Allison, Our Small Hours
“If you've wanted to try fermenting but don't know where to start, Oh Lardy's Guide to Fermenting Fruits and Vegetables is your first stop. You'll quickly learn everything you need to know to make some delicious and easy ferments. If you've been playing around with fermentation for a while, their recipes will re-inspire you! This is a must-have for every real-food kitchen!” Margaret Floyd, NTP CGP, author of Eat Naked and The Naked Foods Cookbook, Eat Naked Now
“As someone who loves to ferment and has been fermenting for a couple years, I found this book to be incredibly useful. Not only is there a tremendous amount of information for a newbie to fermenting, but there is a lot of information for those who have been fermenting for years. The recipes are delicious and are easy to follow. I would definitely recommend this book to someone who is looking to learn more about fermenting foods. It takes the fear out of fermenting and makes it accessible to everyone! (the photos are wonderful too!).” Dina Nanberg, Balance by Dina
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