Writer: Derek Dellinger
Eat Your (Fermented) VeggiesFREE
We all love fermented beverages, but fermented foods are another hobby that can bring a lot of enjoyment (and rewarding deliciousness when done). As homebrewers, we likely have the equipment and most of the knowledge to jump right in.
Fermented French FriesFREE
Fermented French Fries Ingredients2 medium / large potatoesSalt (2% brine) Step by stepWhile fermenting potatoes and then later cooking them as French fries might seem like a slightly paradoxical way to enjoy
Fermented Hot SauceFREE
Fermented Hot Sauce Ingredients3.2 oz. (90 g) chili peppers 1⁄2 Tbsp. sea salt1⁄2 Tbsp. honeySplash of apple cider vinegar Step by stepWhile most hot sauces sitting on grocery store shelves these days are
Sauerkraut Ingredients1 medium cabbage (about 21⁄2 lbs./1.1 kg)1.5–2 tsp. salt per lb. (0.45 kg) of cabbage Step by stepAs with any ferment, the better the ingredients, the better the end result will
Terrapin Beer Co.’s Moo-Hoo Chocolate Milk Stout cloneFREE
Terrapin’s Moo-Hoo employs a generous addition of lactose sugar along with cocoa nibs from Olive and Sinclair Chocolate Company to recreate the perfect equilibrium of that American favorite, demonstrating that the pairing of dark beers and chocolaty richness can be both endlessly adaptable and enduringly simple.