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20 Paleo Fermented Condiments

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Last Updated on September 1, 2015

paleo fermented condiment recipes

As more and more health information is released, we realize that much of our health is determined by the condition of our gut.  This awareness has caused an increasing number of people to more closely consider the quality of food and supplements we consume. Along with a greater awareness, this knowledge has made fermented foods extremely popular because of the high probiotic qualities they offer.  Here are 20 Paleo Fermented Condiment recipes to awaken your tastebuds and make friends with your belly.

1.] A Real Food Ketchup Recipe with Probiotics

2.] Lacto-Fermented Mayonnaise

3.] Cultured Teriyaki Sauce

4.] Ridiculously Easy Homemade Dill Pickles

5.] Pickled Red Onions

6.] Fennel, Kohlrabi & Green Apple Relish

7.] Probiotic Holiday Relish

8.] Fermented Peach Chutney

9.] Lacto Fermented Garlic Aioli

10.] Thai Basil Pesto Recipe

11.] Habanero Salsa (fermented)

 

fermented salsa

 

12.] Fermented Tomatillo Salsa

13.] Our Family Favourite Ferment: Cauliflower

14.] Lacto-fermented Sliced Jalapeños

15.] Probiotic Raw Raspberries

16.] Lacto-fermented Green Beans

 

17.] Fermented Orange and Onion

18.] Fermented Garlic

19.] Raw Apple Cider Horseradish

20.] Preserved Lemons

I hope these recipes add some spice to your next family meal.

 

Marcie W.

Wednesday 23rd of January 2013

I have to admit I would be a tad nervous, but I'm also adventurous enough to give it all a try!

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell

Monday 21st of January 2013

This is interesting as I was totally unfamiliar with it.

Jenn

Monday 21st of January 2013

I just heard of this yesterday. Interesting!

Sheri

Monday 21st of January 2013

My husband loves this kind of stuff...beyond the cheese and yogurt, I'm not so much.

Ty @ Mama of 3 Munchkins

Sunday 20th of January 2013

I might just have to try the Fermented Ketchup, sounds very interesting!