Cultured Rainbow Veggies

by | Apr 26, 2016 | 0 comments

Yields1 ServingPrep Time20 minsDifficultyIntermediate
 1 bunch small red beetroots
 1 bunch small golden beetroots
 6 to 8 small carrots
 3 broccoli stems
 1 knob of ginger
 1 knob of turmeric
 Filtered water
Optional: Culture
1

Grate all veggies and add to a large, clean glass bowl.

2

Sprinkle the salt over the veggies along with the water and culture (if adding)

3

Mix together with a spoon or use your clean hands.

4

Scoop everything into your chosen (preferably steralised) glass jars and press the mixture down so the liquid is covering the veggies. Use chopped carrots or cabbage leaves to weigh the veggies down under the liquid.
Close the jar and clean off any excess veggies.

5

Place in a clean, dark cupboard and allow to culture for up to 7 -10 days. After 3-4 days check the mixture and burp the jars if needed. Taste the mixture and if it’s to your liking place in the fridge, however if you like yours tangier and even more probiotic rich, leave the jar out so it can continue to culture, and taste every few days until you reach your desired preference

6

Store in the fridge

7

This is the final product. Enjoy mixed through salads, with eggs and sautéed greens, with sausages, spinach and avocado or simply straight off the spoon!

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Ingredients

 1 bunch small red beetroots
 1 bunch small golden beetroots
 6 to 8 small carrots
 3 broccoli stems
 1 knob of ginger
 1 knob of turmeric
 Filtered water
Optional: Culture

Directions

1

Grate all veggies and add to a large, clean glass bowl.

2

Sprinkle the salt over the veggies along with the water and culture (if adding)

3

Mix together with a spoon or use your clean hands.

4

Scoop everything into your chosen (preferably steralised) glass jars and press the mixture down so the liquid is covering the veggies. Use chopped carrots or cabbage leaves to weigh the veggies down under the liquid.
Close the jar and clean off any excess veggies.

5

Place in a clean, dark cupboard and allow to culture for up to 7 -10 days. After 3-4 days check the mixture and burp the jars if needed. Taste the mixture and if it’s to your liking place in the fridge, however if you like yours tangier and even more probiotic rich, leave the jar out so it can continue to culture, and taste every few days until you reach your desired preference

6

Store in the fridge

7

This is the final product. Enjoy mixed through salads, with eggs and sautéed greens, with sausages, spinach and avocado or simply straight off the spoon!

Cultured Rainbow Veggies
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