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The Fermenter’s Garden: Traditional Favorites and Uncommon Edibles

HigherGroundHerbs&Homestead

4 min read

Feb 24

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Fermentation enthusiasts are no strangers to the delights of homegrown produce, but there's a whole world of uncommon edible plants waiting to be discovered and fermented. Come along as we explore not only the traditional staples of a fermenting garden but also uncommon edible plants like Hosta, Daylillies, Japanese Magnolia and Florida Betony, and discover how they can be utilized in fermentation. Then try out the recipes for Sourdough Pickles and Betony Bites if you're feeling adventurous!

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HigherGroundHerbs&Homestead

4 min read

Feb 24

251

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