Farm Fresh Recipes — lactofermentation
Lacto Fermented Garlic Scapes 1 Quart brine (To make the brine: Add 2 TBSP salt to 1 Quart of water. Shake to dissolve the salt completely.)15-20 Garlic Scapes (about 1 quart)Seasonings such as Red Pepper Flakes, Dill, Cumin seeds, Coriander, Mustard Seeds Prepare garlic scapes by trimming off the tough ends and rinsing clean. Optionally remove flower head as well. Place scapes in a wide-mouth quart mason jar. You can either just curl the entire scape up into the mason jar, or cut the scapes into smaller pieces. Add desired seasonings to the jar. Try 1/2 tsp dill seed and...
Fermenting garlic scapes lets you enjoy their mild garlic flavour all year long, while also benefiting from all the goodness imparted by the fermentation process - win, win! This paste is great added to anything you would normally use garlic for, like salad dressings, dips, spread onto bread, or drizzled onto soup or eggs after cooking.
Like pickled onions? Try fermented onions! This is probably one of the best intro to lactofermentation recipes you'll find - easy and inexpensive to make, there's little to risk in giving it a try. Add your fermented onions to burgers, sandwiches, or salads for a bit of fermented goodness!