Average Recipe
Prep Time
15 minutes
1 quart

Lacto-fermentation is the process in which beneficial microbes are allowed to grow and flourish in an anaerobic environment. This ancient method of food preservation unlocks nutrients from food, breaks down some of the starches, and adds beneficial bacteria and enzymes to every bite! If you were to eat one tablespoon of fermented vegetables it has about the equivalent of beneficial bacteria found in just one capsule of an over-the-counter probiotic supplement! Consume lacto-fermented vegetables daily for a healthy gut and body.

4 cloves garlic chopped
2 teaspoons whole black peppercorns
½ cups fresh dill
4 large carrots diced
2 cups filtered water
1½ tablespoons sea salt
1 cabbage leaf