Going away? Don’t forget to give your sourdough starter a little love! We show you how to keep your sourdough starter alive while you’re on holidays.
Reap the health benefits of beetroot with this delicious spiced beetroot pickle recipe.
As well as being delicious, herb infused honey and honey ferments boast a multitude of health benefits.
When it comes to fermented drinks, most people think kombucha or water kefir, but good old-fashioned easy ginger beer can be just as beneficial for gut health.
Nukazuke or rice bran pickles are a culinary institution in Japan. We show you how to make your own Nukazuke rice bran “nuka bed”.
Making ferments is an organic art form with endless variations, smells, textures and tastes. Sometimes it can be hard to know if you are getting it right or not. Our resident fermenting queen Emily Stokes answers all your fermenting questions.
While these quick cucumber pickles don’t pack quite the nutritional punch as fermented pickles do, they’re just as delicious!
Slightly alcoholic and effervescent this delicious peach fruit wine recipe incorporates all the flavours of summer.
This delicious Indian lemon pickle condiment is perfect on sandwiches and anything else you wish to add some zest to!
We love fresh, zingy kimchi here at Pip HQ, and this recipe hits the spot! (Also it’s very handy when you’re overrun with Wombok!) This is our favourite recipe from Emily Stokes at Fermaculture Farm. Kimchi Recipe Ingredients: 1 head of wombok cabbage or medium cabbage 1 daikon radish or a few red radishes 1… View more
Not only are fermented foods great for your gut health, fermenting is a fantastic way to preserve fresh produce like cabbage, cucumbers and radishes in the form of sauerkraut, pickles and kimchi.