Cover with the cheesecloth and let it continue to ferment
for another few weeks, stirring it every few days.
Shelf life depends on the vegetable, but pepper ferments
can last unrefrigerated for a year or more in anaerobic conditions, as long as the ferment
is sealed and not in active use.
It is prepared from fresh cow's milk, blended with burnt and ground charcoal powder (wosek) from a special dry herb (Iteet), and left to ferment
in a gourd (sotet).
Though it's common to ferment
Chardonnay in oak barrels to impart texture and flavor--and fermenting reds in large, upright wood casks was once standard--fermenting red wines in small oak barrels is a fairly new practice.
But the Shockeys aren't just looking to replicate great-grandma's sauerkraut recipe; they are excitingly inventive alchemists who concocted novel ways to ferment
sixty-four different vegetables and herbs for their first cookbook and now blast out 110 more recipes for spicy condiments and sauces in their latest publication, Fiery Ferments
with the making of koji, a mash of grains fermented
with Aspergillus oryzae, which is used to ferment
Kombucha is sweet tea plus yeast that ferments
some of the tea's sugar into alcohol and bacteria that ferment
the alcohol into acid.
skin care launches include AmorePacific's Intensive Vitalizing Eye Essence and TonyMolyTimeless Ferment
The main reason to ferment
chicken feed is that it improves our birds' health.
I try to drink a vinegar or eat a ferment
every day for my health.
In the back of a renovated old general store in Groton, Simakaski and his wife, Nichole Wolfgang, ferment
honey and water in 250-gallon tanks.
She covered the container with a nonairtight lid and allowed the contents to ferment
at room temperature for 1 week.