February 16th, 2011 | Condiments, Fermentation, GAPS/SCD, Recipes, Side Dishes, Vegetarian, carrot, condiment, diakon, fermentation, ginger, lactic acid, pickled, recipe, relish, side
This is a very simple recipe that I made one day while making kimchi, I had left over diakon and carrots. This is really delicious, fresh and crisp. A living food full of enzymes and probiotics.
- 3 medium organic carrots, julienne
- 1 medium diakon radish, julienne
- 1-2″ ginger, grated or pounded
- 1 T salt or 3 T whey
- filtered water to cover
November 30th, 2010
This year, while searching through various old cookbooks for pecan pie recipes I came across a lovely fresh apple relish (Apple Kitchen Cook Book by Demetria Taylor), which I just had to try. It was fantastic! Especially tasty with fresh, local apples, it works particularly well as a relish with tur ...
May 29th, 2007
Recipe here. This sophisticated peanut chutney is a signature Burmese dish. Not only is it affordable and addictive but it is also nutritious and keeps well. Make up a batch and add it to your salads, mix it into freshly blanched vegetables or just eat it as a snack. I learned this recipe during ...
May 15th, 2007
This recipe will make about two weeks worth of balachaung for about 4 people, using it as a condiment. Usually I make this if I know I am going to be too busy to cook the next coming weeks, or if I am broke. This way I can simply cook up some rice and have a simple nutritious meal with rice and ba ...